Are there Tibetan Lamas who still practice Tibetan Cranial?
"When I first asked Shar Lee to teach the techniques of Tibetan Cranial™ work, I had two thoughts:
My Granddaughter, Zoe, has cystic fibrosis and I should learn as much as possible about all possible healing modalities.
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."