TC Clinics – Open to the Public

Tibetan Cranial SessionHave you ever wanted to experience Tibetan Cranial for yourself?

Tibetan Cranial (TC) is an ancient healing art designed to promote our innate capacity for self-healing. It uses subtle touch to the head, face, palate, jaw, and neck, based on a sophisticated assessment of pulses. The pulse reading and other techniques are unique to Tibetan Cranial, differing from those used in Cranial-Sacral Therapy and other healing arts. TC carries the potential of transformation on many levels: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. Many people report pain reduction as well as relief from a wide variety of symptoms, including headaches, migraines, back and neck discomfort, whiplash, anxiety, head injury, concussion, stress-related conditions, TMJ pain, depression, nervous-system related issues, and many other health problems.

Free TC Lecture and Demonstration

Next Lecture and Demonstration: Friday, July 21, 2017 at Boulder Shambhala Center, 1345 Spruce St, Boulder, CO 80302

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Meet Shar Lee, Master Teacher and Lineage Holder of the Tibetan Cranial work, as well as TC Apprentices and Practitioners. Shar will share the amazing journey that led her to learn, practice, and now teach the ancient healing art of Tibetan Cranial. At the end of her talk, she will answer questions about the work and the TC Apprentice program. Shar will offer a short demonstration session to one person, not to show techniques, but to give the group an experience of this work.

People attending this talk will have a chance to sign up for a session in the clinic held on Saturday and Sunday, if space is available. Please sign up for a clinic appointment in advance to reserve your spot. As we approach the clinic date, this web page will have a signup button for you to register for the clinic.

TC sessions are always available with our Apprentices and Practitioners. Click here to find a TC Apprentice or Practitioner in your area.

TC Clinic Sessions Open to the Public

Next Clinic: Saturday and Sunday, July 22 – 23, 2017 at Boulder Shambhala Center, 1345 Spruce St, Boulder, CO 80302

11:00 am – 4:15 pm
Session starting times are 11:00, 11:45, 12:30, 2:00, 2:45, 3:30. Sessions last 45 minutes.
Cost: $25 (cash or check only) for a 45 min. session.
Please email or call 720-378-8044 with questions.

This is a great opportunity to get an experience of the Tibetan Cranial work and see what it is all about. Our Apprentices will begin the session and receive instruction from Shar Lee, Teacher Interns, and other Practitioners during the session. Shar or a Practitioner will personally finish each session. You will meet our Apprentices and have an opportunity to set future appointments.

WAITING LIST: If you would like to be on a waiting list for any spots that open up as a result of cancellations, please send an email to, including your phone number and days/times you would be available. 

Want to learn more about Tibetan Cranial?

Visit these links for more information:

Who Can Benefit? What to Expect From Your Session

Future Clinics

July 21 – 23, 2017, Boulder Shambala Center, 1345 Spruce St, Boulder, CO 80302

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"My involvement with this work began as the result of a severe movement disorder that occurred four years ago. My symptoms began as small, almost imperceptible muscle spasms and rapidly progressed in severity. I sought treatment at hospitals in both Illinois and Minnesota, but despite best efforts, my condition resisted both treatment and diagnosis. I was referred to toxicologists in Colorado, but was unsuccessful in gaining admission. When I first met Shar Lee, it was for conventional massage, as muscle cramps were one of the side effects of the spasms. At this point, having exhausted conventional medical avenues, I was very willing to proceed when told about Tibetan Cranial™. The effect of the first session was an immediate cessation of my symptoms. Several subsequent sessions were required, but the result was a full recovery in this instance and in two subsequent remissions. It has been three years since the last occurrence. In that time, I have relocated to Longmont, Colorado and have begun studying with Shar. My hope is that through this work, I may be of service to others, as others have been to me."


- John E. Anderson