She said: “Neither our homeland nor our dignity will be given up to the enemy.”
This will be her second military training course since the resurgence of tension between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
In August, she and a group of women from Karabakh underwent a seven-day course that featured physical and weapons training. Her son Ashot Pashinyan has also volunteered to fight against Azeri forces in Nagorno-Karabakh.
The most recent outburst of fighting between the two ex-Soviet nations broke out in September and has killed more than a thousand people.
Three ceasefire agreements attempted separately by Russia and the US have failed to take effect as tensions continue to escalate in the region. Both sides are determined to claim victory this time, which is making the international community worried