There’s a reason why men think women are complicated – we are! We at PAX have learned that every woman has many aspects to her femininity. Celebrating Women: Regarding Ecstasy & Power teaches women to understand and nurture each of these parts of themselves, and to have them working in harmony with each other.
Called the “Queen Course” by graduates, this challenging and clarifying workshop shows women how to bring out the best in themselves, especially those regal qualities that allow us to be happy and fulfilled, while bringing energy and life to those around us. The same qualities that inspire men to admire, be influenced by and generously provide for women.
“When I first started studying men, I had no intention of learning about women. But men are experts in femininity – because they love it, they need it and they value it. This workshop teaches women how to honor themselves as men see them: beautiful, powerful, essential and magical.”
Creator of the Celebrating Women: Regarding Ecstasy & Power workshop.
Anything as complicated as being female usually comes with an instruction book. Since we weren’t provided a manual to bring out the best in ourselves, we often sabotage our own efforts to be nurtured and empowered.
Celebrating Women provides the insights, knowledge and tools you need to have your own Queen glowing with energy and power. You’ll leave the workshop with your own operating manual. Since we’re each unique, your manual will contain the information that pertains specifically to living as your best self.
“Alison Armstrong speaks directly to the next step in my evolution as a woman who desires a consistent sense of purpose, clarity and well-being.”
"Excellent, life-altering course! As a highly educated woman, I am deeply moved by the invaluable insight and wisdom gained through this course. Ecstacy! Ecstacy! Ecstacy!"
“This workshop contributes to the world... I’m truly touched and empowered. This has changed my life.”
“I now have great tools to help me consciously design my life, instead of it just happening.”
“I feel more confident. I have my own answers to what to do to create a happy, fulfilling life for not only myself but those around me.”
“I no longer feel like I have to overcome my femininity - it’s not a weakness. I have a whole new part of myself to express and enjoy! I will be much less guarded.”