Managing prolapse, urinary incontinence, chronic hip/knee pain, and post-hysterectomy are issues Christine Kent, researcher and Registered Nurse will address during this year’s 10th annual Whole Woman Conference. August 13-15, 2021 beginning Friday evening 6 pm Mountain Daylight time this virtual conference means you have to travel no further than your home to join knowledgeable women from around the world.
“Health is Alignment with Nature” addresses how modern medicine, as a business, may overlook inexpensive, non-invasive methods for achieving pelvic health. The Whole Woman Online Conference will bring some of the finest female minds together to help us find our way back home to the Nature that gave us life and will give us health if we will only listen and learn.
From postpartum care, the uterus through the lifespan, human gait and the spine, chronic hip pain workshops with Pilates and yoga, Whole Woman Posture – all from your own home!!
This year is virtual, just like last year and it was very successful, plus you can replay the conference any time throughout the year for a refresher course. I will be there. I hope you will too. PS-I love Whole Woman posture and use it everyday.
See you in health friends! ~ jane a.
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