The Whole Woman Way to Vulva Vaginal Health

The Whole Woman Way to Vulva Vaginal Health

Help for Vaginal Dryness, Atrophy, or Lichen Sclerosis | taught by Christine Kent

Course description

If you suffer from burning, itching or deterioration of the vulva or vagina and you are suspicious of conventional medical treatments, here is hope that only a woman could provide. For millennia, the wise women of every culture have attended to the life and health-giving plants and herbs in their environment. 

While modern life and medical practices have brought many benefits, progress has come at great cost. It has isolated us from the natural world that shaped us in the first place. Only a few years ago, a casual review of the information on vulva conditions, such as lichen sclerosis, so-called vaginal dryness and vulvodynia, were described as rare. 

In fact, these have always been hugely prevalent conditions affecting millions of women, young and old. Conventional treatments typically involve estrogen and immuno-suppressive drugs, both of which have well researched, documented, and seriously dangerous implications for long-term health.

The Whole Woman Way to Vulva Vaginal Health is a compilation of practical, step-by-step guidance, philosophy and whole woman wisdom accumulated over a lifetime of study and experience. It is a transformational journey into women’s health, with natural, practical solutions to vulva and vaginal health issues. 

In almost seventy minutes of intensive information, Christine demonstrates that the natural world is a crucial extension of our endocrine and immune systems. This compendium of women’s health and nutritional information is woven together with recipes, demonstrations and explanations of the underlying science that clarifies the importance of these approaches to holistic women’s health.

Written and narrated by Christine Kent, RN 

Christine Kent
Christine Kent
Founder, Whole Woman

Having suffered a profound uterine prolapse in the early 1990s as a result of bladder suspension surgery, Christine refused the recommended hysterectomy and spent more than a decade researching her condition in the medical literature and experimenting with dance, alignment, body work, and posture. Finally, she brought her own prolapse under control and began teaching other women how to control theirs.

Author of Saving the Whole Woman, still the definitive book on the subject of non-surgical intervention for pelvic organ prolapse, Christine has also produced, written, directed, and narrated over a dozen videos and video courses to help women help themselves. Her work has kept thousands of women out of the operating room in over sixty countries.

Course Curriculum

The Whole Woman Way to Vulva Vaginal Health
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