Whole Woman and Dance


Since the dawn of humanity women have danced. To move, to express our feminine energy, to experience the joy of our physical being is intrinsic to our lives.

In the modern world, the need for our dance expression continues to exist. Many of us, however have lost the habit or the physical ability.

It's never too late. At the Native pow wows in our State of New Mexico, even the oldest ladies will get out for the beautiful Native dances if only to keep a shuffling rhythm.

Dance keeps us young in body and at heart. Crank up the stereo and dance!

About the Whole Woman Interviews

Our video interviews have one purpose, to stretch your horizons, to help you see yourself, your society, your world in bigger ways.

We have been very fortunate to be given the time by some very distinguished women, Riane Eisler, Nena Baker, Nora Coffey and Dr. Christine Horner.

Please enjoy them, there is a lot of valuable content here.

A Little Inspiration

Helen Keller

"Life is either a daring adventure or nothing. Security does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it.

Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than exposure."

Helen Keller

Whole Woman Videos

The Whole Woman philosophy encompasses physical, mental, emotional, relational and environmental health.

On the Whole Woman site, we offer a series of videos of interest to women with prolapse as well as broader issues important to women.

All visitors should view Christine Kent's introductory video to the Whole Woman approach.

The Whole Woman Solution to Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Urinary Incontinence
Christine Kent's introduction to the Whole Woman posture and methods
Correct Pelvic Orientation with Christine Kent Christine explains the actual pelvic orientation and what medicine has misunderstood for five hundred years.
Interview with Nora Coffey Nora runs the H.E.R.S. Foundation on hysterectomy helping women avoid hysterectomy and lobbying for full disclosure from doctors.
Interview with Nena Baker Nena Baker is author of The Body Toxic and is an investigative reporter. Her book focuses on the load of toxic chemicals everyone carries in their bodies and how to minimize our exposure.
Interview with Riane Eisler Riane Eisler is one of the leading voices for equality for women in the world today. Author of the classic book, The Chalice and the Blade, Dr. Eisler shows through her research that nations that offer full partnership for women provide a high quality of life for everyone.
Interview with Christine Horner, MD FACS Surgeon, television personality, medical rebel and breast cancer expert, flamboyant Christine Horner shows us how misguided traditional hormone replacement therapy really is.