This is the traditional Zulu greeting in South Africa, where I am from. Translated, it literally means ‘I see you’, and the typical response is ‘Ngikhona’, which means ‘I am here’. 🙂
I’m so glad you’ve found your way to Evouq, and I want you to know that I see you.
I help women:
Build their self-worth
Find their Power
Heal from Heartbreak
How do I do this?
By retraining your brain!
I use proven techniques from Hypnotherapy, Guided Visual Meditation, NLP Techniques, Positive Psychology, Neuroplasticity & Psychoneuroendoimmunology (PNEI).
I am a passionate advocate of reprogramming the subconscious mind to create efficient change. I go into this in more depth in my courses and coaching.
What does Evouq mean?
It’s a play on the word “evoke” meaning to provoke, arouse, extract, awaken, inspire.
Hi I’m Penelope…
I have a long list of personal victories against difficult life challenges: Losing love and then finding love, transforming shame and non-existent self-worth into solid self-confidence and self-esteem, losing my life savings while immigrating countries through to manifesting my dream home a few years later, infertility to having three beautiful children including naturally conceived identical twin girls, and most recently overcoming a rare and chronic hormonal disease through having brain surgery and then removal of my adrenal organs – Phew!
Life challenges offer a gateway through which we can learn and grow and ultimately (hopefully!) transition into a new and better era of our lives.
Let me help you along your journey. Help guide you and hold your hand along the path and across to the other side.