Empowering Women

Empowering Women

Online course


Karima Eames and Lisa Gaines


In this 4 week online course, we will look at the lengths we go to as women to fit in

and maintain harmony and the detrimental effect it can have on us.

We will look at the potential of standing up and stepping up in our lives,  and even making waves,

and how to do it in a way that excites us and inspires us with plenty of support.

We will also look at aspects of the female psyche that don’t often get to see the light of day

and once exposed can free us up to live a more empowered life.

After the training, you have the option to create a women’s support group,

where you can meet regularly online or in person

to continue to deepen the learning and insights from the training.

In this course we will cover:


Session One – The Mask

Learn how to recognise the ‘masks’ we wear as women and how to be unapologetically authentic.


Session Two – The Shadow

If the ‘shadow aspect’ of our psyche is always hidden, it can be detrimental.

Learn how to embrace the shadow and access your untapped potential.


Session Three – Our Gifts    

We often focus on where we don’t quite measure up and are not quite perfect or good enough.

Learn how to recognise and own your gifts and get ready to shine.


Session Four – Wise Woman

Tap into your innate wisdom as a woman. Get greater clarity on what this “sounds like”

so you can listen to your gut instinct and learn to trust it more.


Your facilitators

Karima Eames is a Holistic Therapist and Author of ‘Becoming Whole – The Art of Inner Transformation’.

Karima has facilitated sessions and trainings globally for individuals, couples and groups for 34 years

and has created and facilitated the original ‘Women Remembering’ workshop for 20 years.

Karima’s background includes training in Psychology, Counselling, Breath and Energy work,

Esoteric Sciences, Aura Soma, Reiki and Energy Reading.

She holds a Diploma in Remedial Massage and Aromatherapy.

She is an accredited Journey Therapist, trained in Basic Trauma Healing Skills

and an ongoing student of the Diamond Approach Australia. 

For more information click here.

Lisa Gaines is a professional leadership, team and personal coach and facilitator.

Lisa has worked with clients from all over the world as a transformational coach, and facilitated workshops

across Australia, New Zealand and Asia for thousands of people over the past decade.

She has had ongoing training in counselling, body centred psychology and coaching psychology since 1999

and is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation.

Lisa has a passion for inner work and loves seeing the changes and improvements this can bring about

in her clients’ lives. For more information click here.

Dates and timing

4 X 90 minute sessions 7-8.30PM AEDT

Mondays 21st and 28th Feb and 7th and 14th March 2022


299 AUD including GST.

Places are limited to encourage interaction and to create a safe and confidential environment.


Please contact Lisa at lisa@lisagaines.co or 0425 350 459

with any questions or to book your place.


Testimonial from a previous participant


“The women’s group came from Karima's own beautiful creativity and takes you on an incredible journey

through the often wounded feminine into the absolute ecstasy of womanhood and sisterhood.

And the course was only the beginning with our beautiful group having met over the past 7 years every month.

This has become one of the most beautiful experiences of my life, this circle of women.”   




Poem about her circle by a former participant


My heart was awakened by your soft gentle caress.

You sung to the desire that had long lain dormant.

A lotus flower blossomed in my womb,

Melting the ice castle around my heart.

Hand on hand we explored one another.

I felt raw, uncertain, frightened of my nakedness

before your eyes.

But with careful words, considered action and your

soft gentle caress, we began to dance –

reaching into one another with stories,

disentangling our past, hopes and fears,

tentatively taking off our masks.

Bridget Armstrong