Teachers & Interns

For many years, Shar Lee, the holder of this lineage, was the only teacher of Tibetan Cranial. As part of the effort to preserve and spread the practice of Tibetan Cranial, Shar is now training new teachers.

Teachers

Philae E. Amenti, a Practitioner from Austin, Texas, received the honor in May of 2016 of becoming the first teacher designated by Shar. Philae has been a practicing chiropractor for 30-plus years. Her years of experience with, and profound respect for, what chiropractors call ‘innate intelligence’ ultimately led her to Tibetan Cranial. Philae is now teaching beginning Apprentices around the world. You can find out more about Philae at www.tibetancranialaustin.com or contact her at 512.292.3298.

Devon Parker, a Practitioner from Denver, Colorado, received the honor of becoming a teacher designated by Shar in May of 2017.  You can contact her at 970-420-8170 | parker.devon@gmail.com.

Anil Poovadan, a Practitioner from Bernalillo, New Mexico, received the honor of becoming a teacher designated by Shar in May of 2017.  You can contact him at 505-867-9222 | apoovadan@earthlink.net | www.atmabodhyoga.com.

Janice Gorman, a Practitioner from Bernalillo, New Mexico, received the honor of becoming a teacher designated by Shar in May of 2017.  You can contact her at 505-867-9222 | apoovadan@earthlink.net | www.atmabodhyoga.com.

Teacher Interns

Several Practitioners currently are in the Intern program, which has been established to train additional teachers. Interns play a major role in teaching beginning Apprentices during trainings and supporting all Apprentices at our clinics. Current Teacher Interns include Practitioners Devon Parker, Donna Lambdin, and Linda Moreau.

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Testimonials


"When I first asked Shar Lee to teach the techniques of Tibetan Cranial™ work, I had two thoughts:
  1. My Granddaughter, Zoe, has cystic fibrosis and I should learn as much as possible about all possible healing modalities.
  2. Studying with Shar is my greatest pleasure. Whatever she would wish to teach, I would want to learn.
I am NOT a massage therapist, I am a yoga teacher; I've never even had a massage. What an odd subject to study. The first class was almost all experienced massage therapists. I felt greatly out of place as they discussed techniques that were foreign to me. The work, however, felt familiar. I could almost feel my hands move on their own. I have studied with Shar now for three years. I have practiced Tibetan Cranial™ work on my friends and family. The results are amazing. Migraine headaches dissolve. Hip pain is alleviated. One of my friends has stopped clenching her jaw and grinding her teeth. I don't for a moment think that I did this. This is the work. Tibetan Cranial is ancient, powerful, simple and has far reaching consequences. Zoe is only four years old. I have done a little work on her - it's hard to get her to lie still. I have great hope for her future and faith that I was led to this work with a purpose. Now we must teach others. This technique is too valuable to lose."


- Suzanne Matthews, Littleton, CO yogamotions@hotmail.com