Tibetan Cranial Training
September 13–18, 2012
A nearly extinct energetic healing modality passed down orally from Tibetan monks throughout the centuries, Tibetan Cranial work reconnects us to our inherent healing capacity. While maintaining a state of prayer or mantra, practitioners read and interpret hundreds of pulses, and then adjust bones in the skull, jaw, palate and neck. This work has been shown to alleviate great suffering and promote a profound sense of well-being. Yoga and meditation will be taught as part of the five-day retreat so that apprentices can develop a daily spiritual practice to support their work. For more information, call (303) 772–0454.
Shar Lee, CYI, has been teaching yoga and Buddhist meditation internationally since 1966. After studying Zen Buddhism in the United States, she studied Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal with several esteemed lamas. In 1987, she began training in Tibetan Cranial work with Lama Dorje in Kathmandu, Nepal.
For more information on Tibetan Cranial work, visit www.tibetancranial.org.
Financial aid is available for this program.