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What is Tibetan Cranial®?

“Tibetan Cranial” known traditionally as “Thoba Khujatag”, was historically transmitted in a monastic environment in Tibet.  This oral tradition has been passed directly from teacher to apprentice over thousands of years.

It is a body based practice which involves a critical perception of numerous  pulses. It is a disciplined approach designed to re-align and restore our innate capacity for self healing. It carries the potential of transformation at many levels; physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

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Become a Tibetan Cranial Apprentice


Next Tibetan Cranial Apprentice Training:

Thursday, September 22, 2016 (4 p.m.) – Tuesday, September 27, 2016 (6 p.m.)
Cathedral Ridge Retreat and Conference Center, Woodland Park, CO


Introduction to the Tibetan Cranial [TC] Apprentice Program

To become a Tibetan Cranial® practitioner, a two- to four-year program of instruction, study and practice is required. We call this process “Apprenticeship” in the same way other fine crafts have been taught throughout history. Working under Master Teacher Shar Lee, Apprentices develop the ability to hear the language of the pulses in order to know exactly what each client needs. Developing this skill takes training, practice, patience, humility, time, and dedication. Apprentices also cultivate a strong spiritual practice that allows them to sustain a sacred state of mantra or prayer throughout a Tibetan Cranial session. Connection to Spirit allows for information to be received and understood in a more precise way, thus opening the possibility for the client to heal from within.

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Experiencing TC Treatments

What Happens During a TC Treatment?

Most of the TC session is a silent exchange which takes place between you and the practitioner. This interaction requires comprehensive perception on the part of the practitioner as s/he listens carefully to your body’s communication via subtle pulses.

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