Symptoms Aided by Tibetan Cranial:
Neck and Back Pain
Brain And Spinal Chord injuries
Nervous System Disorders
Joint Pain / Stiffness
What is Tibetan Cranial?
Tibetan Cranial has a rich and ancient history that originated in the Himalayan highlands about 3,000 years ago. This sacred knowledge is not merely a method of anatomy; it is a lineage of sacred knowledge
TC is a unique combination of disciplined technique and attuned intuition. It is based on the natural integration of mind, body and spirit. This dynamic and profound method fully unifies all aspects of one’s unique and natural sense of well being.
Certified TC Practitioners are skilled at assessing individual conditions that exist in a person’s body, mind and spirit through deep pulse diagnosis. The practitioner is able to listen to what the body needs, and simply provide the space for it to shift on its own toward balance, health and equanimity.
The results of even one session continue long after it has been completed. However, depending on a persons condition, multiple sessions and periodic “check ups” may be recommended to fully integrate subtle body structures.
The beauty of this work is its ability to assist the body in correcting its own imbalances. It reminds the body that it can indeed heal itself. A TC Practitioner optimally facilitates this process.
Cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) cushions the brain, regulates brain extra-cellular fluid, allows for distribution of neuro-active substances, and is the “sink” that collects the waste products produced by the brain. It is essential for the proper functioning of the central nervous system. CSF purifies neurons and glial cells, delivers nutrients and removes toxic substances from
Even slight cranial trauma, i.e. bumping one’s head on something hard, or more serious situations like car accidents can cause compression or misalignment in the skull. Blood vessels around the area traumatized become inflamed which leads to scar tissue. When CSF encounters scar tissue, it has to circumvent the area. The nerves on the other side of the scar tissue become compromised and dry out. Dry nerves cause a reduction in nerve transmission.
How does TC work?
Certified TC Practitioners are professionally trained to fine-tune cranial structures which allows impeded CSF to move evenly around scar tissue.
What happens during a TC Treatment?
TC takes place in quiet setting. We recommend wearing loose, comfortable clothing. People remain fully clothed, removing their shoes. The person reclines on a massage table or specially designed TC table. The Practitioner
What Will I Experience During a Treatment?
Experiences vary according to condition of each individual, and from treatment to treatment. At times people fall asleep due to the deep relaxation, or they may talk extensively about emotions or memories as they arise.
At various times the Practitioner will touch vital points on the skull, wrist, and ankles, deeply assessing pulses that give important information about the systems in the body. From this information, specific adjustments
During the entire session the Practitioner holds an internal sacred space of prayer or mantra. Then the work is sealed, followed by a period of quiet relaxation. This process allows for a full integration to take place.
What Typically Happens After a Treatment?
Since profound relaxation is a natural result of a TC Session, many people sleep several hours after a session. Others may experience a noticeable increase in energy. A reduction in pain or increase in overall functioning may occur immediately after a session, or could develop gradually over the next several days.
Because TC results in a natural healing process, the results may occur weeks after a treatment. For some a body reorganization process may occur as the body adapts to the release of previously held patterns. Children often report that their head feels like a balloon, which visually describes the experience of spaciousness after the release of compression. Overall,
Tibetan Cranial: An Endangered Species
To assure the preservation and purity of this remarkable modality, Shar Lee, Master of TC and the lineage holder in the West, has formed a Tibetan
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July 25-August 1, 15, 22, 2017 from 2-5 PM
Location: Song Bird Healing Center
Address: 8297 Old Redwood Hwy, Cotati, Ca94931