Tibetan Cranial Therapy

Tibetan Cranial Therapy (TC) has a long tradition that originated in the Himalayan plateau about 3000 years ago. This teaching is not limited to anatomy, but includes sacred knowledge that has been passed down only orally by initiated Buddhist monks for many generations.

 

TC is a unique combination of learned techniques and highly developed intuition. It activates the natural self-healing powers of body, mind and soul. This dynamic and profound method holistically includes all aspects of life and thus enables intensive well-being.

 

Certified TC-practitioners can recognize the current state of body, mind and soul of a client through the pulses. During a session, the TC practitioner perceives what the client’s body needs and can support the client to relax deeply.
A TC session can have a very long lasting effect. The effects also always depend on the individual constitution and the number of sessions already received.

 

The wonderful thing about this work is that it stimulates the body to bring itself back into balance and stimulates the self-healing powers. A TC practitioner supports this process in an optimal way.

Education in Tibetan Cranial Therapy

 

Learning in harmony with nature
We believe that prospective therapists deserve the best possible training. We are convinced that we
offer the ideal environment for comprehensive, concentrated and practice-oriented learning.

 

About the Education in Tibetan Cranial Therapy
The course lasts about 2 years with a total of 5 times 4.5 days (25 days / 150 contact hours). The course is recognized by the Tibetan Cranial Association. It is not recognized by the EMR as a training course, but as a further training for existing therapists.

 

The introductory course is a prerequisite to register for the education.

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Tibetan Cranial Therapy as a further training

The course in Tibetan Cranial Therapy is also excellent as a continuing education ​– ​ not only for craniosacral therapists. The training provides therapeutic skills such as silence, empathy, basic postures and an exciting insight into traditional Tibetan healing arts and Tibetan Buddhism.

 

The training takes about 2 years with a total of 5 x 4.5 days (25 days / 150 contact hours). The course is recognized by the Tibetan Cranial Association. It is not recognized by the EMR as a training course, but as a further training for existing therapists.

 

The introductory course is a prerequisite to register for the further training in Tibetan Cranial Therapy.

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Further Information

Course manager

Elsa Sousa

Course management: | E-mail: elsa.sousa@kientalerhof.ch

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