Crying on my yoga mat
27 - with guest Kelsey Ellis

27 - with guest Kelsey Ellis

January 25, 2022

Kelsey Ellis (aka @Healthy_with_Kelsey) is our guest in this episode where we talk about anxiety, disordered eating/exercising, and how she learned to show up and be present in her own body and now creates spaces where others can do the same.

Kelsey (she/her) is an award-winning, body-positive Health and Fitness Expert based in Vancouver, Canada. She is both a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Certified Personal Trainer on a mission to empower individuals to take the shame out of their wellness game through letting go of self judgment, practicing intuitive eating and honouring joyful movement.

Kelsey offers group coaching programs on intuitive eating, helping clients learn how to trust themselves around food again, let go of destructive dieting behaviour and make peace with food and their bodies once and for all. She also teaches body-positive fitness classes both live through her Patreon platform and via her YouTube channel ‘Healthy With Kelsey’.

Her classes center physical movement from a wellness-centered approach and she encourages her audience to move their bodies in a way that feels best for them! You can expect to leave Kelsey’s mood-boosting fitness classes and group coaching programs feeling energized and inspired to love yourself a little bit more!

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The book I mentioned is Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr. Brian Weiss.

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Can you relate to today’s topic? What do you want to hear talked about on the show? Your feedback on the episodes help shape Crying on my yoga mat into a community where we can grow TOGETHER! Is there something you’re curious about, need advice on, or want to hear a different perspective on? Message me on Instagram or send an email to cryingonmyyogamat@gmail.com and tell me about it!

If you know anyone that would benefit from this podcast, please send your favourite episode to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

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Ep. 26

Ep. 26

January 18, 2022

I’ve been feeling a sort of social dilemma (social media, that is) recently and KNOW I’m not alone in it. This episode we talk about the intense draw of social media, and the fear that can come with disconnecting from it, as well as the true core of it that we are actually seeking (spoiler: it’s connection)!

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I mentioned Episode 24 where we talk about the fear that no one remembers you unless you make yourself visible/relavant.

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Can you relate to today’s topic? What do you want to hear talked about on the show? Your feedback on the episodes help shape Crying on my yoga mat into a community where we can grow TOGETHER! Is there something you’re curious about, need advice on, or want to hear a different perspective on? Message me on Instagram or send an email to cryingonmyyogamat@gmail.com and tell me about it!

If you know anyone that would benefit from this podcast, please send your favourite episode to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

Theme music composed by Sean J Stevens of Harkening Deer. For meditations and further contemplative music like this, visit Harkeningdeer.square.site.

 
 

 

25 - with guest Meg De Jong

25 - with guest Meg De Jong

January 11, 2022

Joining us this episode is my nutritionist & friend Meg De Jong. We talk about the importance of self-nourishment and how the changes of life continue regardless of our age or stage.

Meg is a registered holistic nutritionist who specializes in nutrition for anxiety & gut health. She is also an avid gardener, and creator of simple, whole food recipes. Meg works one on one with clients, hosts monthly online workshops, and offers online courses. Visit her website https://megdejongnutrition.com/ to work with her, try out her delicious recipes (like the delectable lemon tahini sauce or nourishing yam hummus toasts), download the FREE Eat to Ease Anxiety Guide and make sure to follow her on Instagram to be the first to know about her upcoming courses (like the one she mentions in this episode) and more!

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If you have the capacity, please research more and donate to the movement to prevent old-growth logging in Fairy Creek (& throughout so-called British Columbia). The forests NEED *your* help! 

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Can you relate to today’s topic? What do you want to hear talked about on the show? Your feedback on the episodes help shape Crying on my yoga mat into a community where we can grow TOGETHER! Is there something you’re curious about, need advice on, or want to hear a different perspective on? Message me on Instagram or send an email to cryingonmyyogamat@gmail.com and tell me about it!

If you know anyone that would benefit from this podcast, please send your favourite episode to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

Theme music composed by Sean J Stevens of Harkening Deer. For meditations and further contemplative music like this, visit Harkeningdeer.square.site.

Ep. 24

Ep. 24

January 4, 2022

We’re back! Did you miss me? This episode we talk about feeling like you need to perform to stay relevant! Also, I explain what I was up to during the break.

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Can you relate to today’s topic? What do you want to hear talked about on the show? Your feedback on the episodes help shape Crying on my yoga mat into a community where we can grow TOGETHER! Is there something you’re curious about, need advice on, or want to hear a different perspective on? Message me on Instagram or send an email to cryingonmyyogamat@gmail.com and tell me about it!

If you know anyone that would benefit from this podcast, please send your favourite episode to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

Theme music composed by Sean J Stevens of Harkening Deer. For meditations and further contemplative music like this, visit Harkeningdeer.square.site.

23 - with guest Lisa Chin

23 - with guest Lisa Chin

November 16, 2021

Lisa Chin is our guest this episode! When Lisa isn’t wrangling spreadsheets or her three young kids, she is a writer, coach and podcaster lighting a torch for mothers on a journey of reclaiming themselves. Above all, Lisa values real conversations around motherhood, identity, and self-expression. She believes community, knowing your truths, and art can keep us grounded in and living an inspired life. You can learn more about Lisa and read her daily blogs at https://lisaforreal.com/. You can also listen into conversations about who we are on her podcast, All The Things. Feel free to reach out to her on Instagram @reclaimingmotherhood.

Lisa and I talk about (among many other things) community, ego, and how we integrate our emotions physically and internally!

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As I mentioned in this episode, Crying on my yoga mat will be taking a break for December 2021!

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If you know anyone that would benefit from this podcast, please send your favourite episode to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

Theme music composed by Sean J Stevens of Harkening Deer. For meditations and further contemplative music like this, visit Harkeningdeer.square.site.

Ep. 22 - “Small” steps still climb mountains!

Ep. 22 - “Small” steps still climb mountains!

November 9, 2021

One of my FAVOURITE quotes (it’s even engraved on my iPad) is something I saw Dominic Monaghan (Merry from Lord of the Rings) say: “Baby steps still climb mountains.” As someone that struggles with overwhelm and being wayyyy too harsh on myself, the concept of taking small steps and still gaining momentum is MASSIVE and it’s what we’re talking about this episode!

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Books mentioned: The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
& the Circle of Control (The Zorro Circle) concept is from The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor.
{I strongly recommend reading both!}

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I recorded a special Meditation for Connection for you! To receive it for FREE, go to the @cryingonmyyogamat Instagram profile story highlights, click FREEBIES, and enter the email address that I can send it to, OR send me a message with your email address!

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What do you want to hear talked about on the show? Your feedback on the episodes help shape Crying on my yoga mat into a community where we can grow TOGETHER. Is there something you’re curious about, need advice on, or want to hear a different perspective on? Message me on Instagram or send an email to cryingonmyyogamat@gmail.com 

If you know anyone that would benefit from this podcast, please send your favourite episode to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

Theme music composed by Sean J Stevens of Harkening Deer. For meditations and further contemplative music like this, visit Harkeningdeer.square.site.

21 - with guest Kaya Marriott aka @comfygirlcurls

21 - with guest Kaya Marriott aka @comfygirlcurls

November 2, 2021

In Episode 9, Tilda mentioned her friend Kaya and that’s who’s with us this episode! Kaya Marriott aka @comfygirlcurls is a Vancouver, BC based Lifestyle Blogger/Content Creator and talks about some of the BIG chances she’s taken and how to support & learn about yourself in the process. Run, do not walk, to her Pinterest

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What do you want to hear talked about on the show? Who do you want me to interview next? Your feedback on the episodes help shape Crying on my yoga mat into a community where we can grow TOGETHER. Is there something you’re curious about, need advice on, or want to hear someone’s perspective on? Message me on Instagram or send an email to cryingonmyyogamat@gmail.com 

If you know anyone that would benefit from this podcast, please send your favourite episode to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

Theme music composed by Sean J Stevens of Harkening Deer. For meditations and further contemplative music like this, visit Harkeningdeer.square.site.

Ep. 20

Ep. 20

October 26, 2021

In our 20th (🤯) episode, we’re talking about victim mindsets. [Don’t worry, we take DEEEP breaths in the process.]

This episode topic was inspired by our previous guest, Nabeelah and a quote she said! Listen to that episode here.

The song I mentioned is $money Mantra$ by Moonlight Scorpio

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What do you want to hear talked about on the show? Your feedback on the episodes help shape Crying on my yoga mat into a community where we can grow TOGETHER. Is there something you’re curious about, need advice on, or want to hear someone’s perspective on? Message me on Instagram or send an email to cryingonmyyogamat@gmail.com 

If you know anyone that would benefit from this podcast, please send your favourite episode to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

Theme music composed by Sean J Stevens of Harkening Deer. For meditations and further contemplative music like this, visit Harkeningdeer.square.site.

19 - with guest Nabeelah

19 - with guest Nabeelah

October 19, 2021

Nabeelah Munshi is our guest this week! Nabeelah is a business coach and marketing strategist on a mission to help support and guide soulpreneurs to build thriving businesses.

We talk about listening to your heart and loving yourself anyway (/any way). [I love her reminder at 36:45]

***TW: Mention of disordered eating.***

She mentioned a recent episode of her podcast, Dear You, linked here. To learn more about Nabeelah, go to https://msha.ke/nabeelah.munshi/ and check out her Instagram @nabeelah.munshi!

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I recorded a special Meditation for Connection for you! To receive it for FREE, go to the @cryingonmyyogamat Instagram profile story highlights, click FREEBIES, and enter the email address that I can send it to, or send me a message with your email address!

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What do you want to hear talked about on the show? Your feedback on the episodes help shape Crying on my yoga mat into a community where we can grow TOGETHER. Is there something you’re curious about, need advice on, or want to hear a different perspective on? Message me on Instagram or send an email to cryingonmyyogamat@gmail.com 

If you know anyone that would benefit from this podcast, please send your favourite episode to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

Theme music composed by Sean J Stevens of Harkening Deer. For meditations and further contemplative music like this, visit Harkeningdeer.square.site.

Ep. 18

Ep. 18

October 12, 2021

With Autumn upon us (here on Turtle Island) the garden has me thinking about harvest (and mental health)!

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Mentioned in this episode:
Find out whose land you live on! First Peoples’ Map of B.C. , Whose Land , Native Land 

The Lily Pad Network episode (featuring me!) Keeping PROMISES to YOURSELF on Spotify + Apple Podcasts

Healthy with Kelsey: Instagram & Linktree (Tell her Jaydee sent you! Let’s get Kelsey on the podcast!) 

Episode 05 with guest Pamela Song

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I recorded a special Meditation for Connection for you! To receive it for FREE, go to the @cryingonmyyogamat Instagram profile story highlights, click FREEBIES, and enter the email address that I can send it to, or send me a message with your email address!

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This podcast is all about YOU and the topics & guests that YOU want to hear. Your feedback on the episodes help shape Crying on my yoga mat into a community where we can grow TOGETHER. Is there something you’re curious about, need advice on, or want to hear a different perspective on? Do you want to celebrate more triumphs or relate to humans going THROUGH it?

Message me on Instagram so I know what you want to hear talked about in future episodes! Or send an email to jaydee@jaydeelyn.ca 

If you know anyone that would benefit from this content, please send it to them! If you share about the podcast on Instagram, make sure to tag me @cryingonmyyogamat so I can send you a message to personally thank you for listening. 💛

Theme music composed by Sean J Stevens of Harkening Deer. For meditations and further contemplative music like this, visit Harkeningdeer.square.site.

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