A 3-Day workshop for Graduates of The Queen’s Code Workshop/Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women® and NOW available world-wide by LIVE Webinar with Alison Armstrong!
There’s a reason why men think women are complicated – we are! We at PAX have learned that every woman has many, interactive aspects to her femininity. The Queen’s Code for Life workshop teaches women to understand, nurture and honor each of these parts of themselves, and have them co-exist in harmony.
Nicknamed the “Queen Course” by graduates, this clarifying and defining workshop shows women how to bring out the best in themselves. It focuses on those regal qualities that allow us to be happy, fulfilled, and admired while bringing energy to those around us.
The qualities of a Queen inspire men to be our heroes and have them be influenced by us. Most importantly, men generously provide what the Queen needs for her vision of how great life can be.
“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.”– Alison Armstrong
Anything as complicated as being female usually comes with an instruction book, but since we weren’t provided an operating manual to be our best selves and perform at the top of our game, we often sabotage our own efforts to be nurtured and empowered.
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This recording is approximately 60 minutes in length.
Introduction to The Queen's Code for Life - Recorded on Tuesday, February 3, 2015.
“I am so glad I experienced this workshop. I realize it’s about taking care of myself and fully showing up for life. It gave me the tools on how to be great. I can start to create myself. I am excited to do this for myself so I can give back to the world by being the best I can be.” – Ann Callahan, Airline Pilot