Phone Consultation

Did You Know Sigrun is Available for Phone Consultation?

Books and DVDs are great, but if you have a specific question or an issue to which you can't find the answer in the Whole Woman materials, why not schedule a phone consultation with Sigrun or any of our other Certified Whole Woman® Practitioners?

The cost is reasonable and the peace of mind is priceless.

Better yet, why not schedule a personal visit? Call Sigrun for more details.

Training and Qualifications for Whole Woman Practitioners

Certified Whole Woman Practitioners have undergone a rigorous selection and training process. Women are selected for their educational background, passion for the work and life skills. The training involves about 500 hours of work, reading, writing, lectures and discussions.

Students are also required to spend a week with Christine Kent at the Whole Woman Center in Albuquerque NM for a practicum and final assessment to demonstrate their learning and qualifications for certification.

The purpose of all of this is to be sure that Whole Woman Practitioners are thoroughly prepared to help their clients who are committed to avoiding surgery and need and want the guidance of a qualified Practitioner.

Name

Sigrun Bishop

The Range, QLD, Australia
+61 427492280
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I grew up in Germany around homeopathic medicine and natural ways of treating sickness.

Once I had children, I developed severe endometriosis, a condition I knew nothing about. I was by then away from my natural upbringing and due to where we lived and lack of access to anything natural I went to the usual doctor. I underwent standard procedures for these conditions in hope of finding relief. I didn’t. The next step was hysterectomy. In the nick of time I was offered traditional acupuncture with a guarantee that I wouldn’t want a hysterectomy after the series of treatments. This was when I saw the power of the body healing itself – in this case the acupuncture created the right conditions for my body to heal itself.

Fast forward the clock to this year. Once I became a Personal Trainer the responsibility for other people’s bodies and wellbeing weighed heavily on my shoulders. I made it my mission to learn as much as I could to become a better trainer. This led me down a path of continuous study and research to address the different issues my clients were presenting me with.

Not long ago, one of my clients presented me with her own pelvic organ prolapse. Since I was training her I felt it was my duty to find out as much as I could about the condition and training with it. I certainly didn’t want to make things worse for her but rather help her to get better or to stabilise her condition.

During the course of my research I came onto the Whole Woman website. There I found answers. I purchased several items to learn more and try things out for myself. I suspect that I also have some prolapse (although no discomfort other than urinary urgency and frequency). Adopting the Whole Woman principles into my own every day has made a big difference in how I feel. I can manage my urinary symptoms with how I hold myself and with the suggested exercises once I had a better understanding of my real anatomy.

I came to the conclusion that every woman I am training needs to adopt the Whole Woman posture during our sessions, otherwise I would do her a disservice. My real work is now to adapt any training to incorporate the Whole Woman posture and natural breathing.

I know there are so many women whom I can assist. As an established trainer I am able to go out into the community, hold education sessions and then provide private sessions for the women who are willing to take the responsibility for their own wellbeing and want to stay out of the surgeon’s office.

I seek to empower my clients towards Whole Woman posture so they move better, with more strength, mobility and understanding the impact of their own posture on their well-being.

This enables my clients to live their lives in greater comfort. Therefore they have the capacity to enjoy their life more and can physically do more fun things.

I will achieve this through training my clients and educating them on their training and associated subjects like Posture, Nutrition, Self-care and Wellness.

As a Trainer I am also training men, but the Whole Woman posture holds true for men as well as it is Natural Human posture.