The most complete package of Whole Woman Products available. Since the
first edition was published in 2003, Saving the Whole Woman remains the
definitive book on alternatives to surgery for pelvic organ prolapse and
urinary incontinence. Now in it's fully updated second edition, Saving
the Whole Woman gives you answers you are unlikely to get from your
- The true causes of pelvic organ prolapse
- The greatest blunder in medical history that continues to impact women's health care
- What the "routine" surgeries actually involve
- How you can manage your prolapse successfully if you have avoided surgery
- and much more
The First Aid for prolapse DVD includes a comprehensive education on your condition, your anatomy, your options and a new way to sit, stand, walk and exercise that will not only help your prolapse, but make you stronger, more flexible and more graceful by restoring your natural female design. With this information you will be able to take charge of your health and avoid dangerous surgery.
The Whole Woman Yoga DVDs are the first three of a series of seven bringing the
benefits of Yoga to women with prolapse issues. Filled with important
information about posture, diet, inflammatory disease process (like
breast cancer). Also included is a Yoga program that is safe for women
with prolapse. Sadly, Yoga was developed by men for male bodies and
some postures are significantly detrimental to women. Whole Woman Yoga
provides all the benefits of Yoga without the risks. Challenging enough
for experienced practitioners, Christine provides easier alternatives
for some of the more difficult steps in the program.
The Whole Woman Way to Vulva Vaginal Health is a boon to women who experience vaginal dryness, lichen sclerosis, vulvadynia or vulva dystrophy. Christine shows the relationship between diet and the inflammatory cascade that can cause so much misery in women, particularly post-menopause, and how the solution to vulva and vaginal problems may be found in your own kitchen.
The Whole Woman Exercise Baton is turned for us in Maine from eastern
rock maple. Christine uses the baton in her exercise routines. It's
ridged surface provides a good grip when stretching overhead, which can
be challenging for women, particularly as they get older. The reason is
that as the lumbar curve flattens (contributing to prolapse) the spine
compensates with the development of the "dowager's hump" at the top of
the spine which inhibits overhead mobility so essential for maintaining
our independence as we get older.
The total retail value of the bundle products purchased separately
would be $243. The bundle price is $199, a savings of