Crying on my yoga mat
13 - Introducing my husband, Ryan!

13 - Introducing my husband, Ryan!

September 7, 2021

Surprise! I (Jaydee) got married! In between elopements, my husband Ryan and I recorded this episode all about the things we’ve learned the hard way throughout the past few years (in the hopes that maybe you don’t have to). We talk safety, feedback loops, ego, and of course, crying & big emotions.

If you’d love Ryan back on the show for more relationship real talk, send me a bearded emoji (🧔‍♀️🧔🧔‍♂️🎅) on Instagram @cryingonmyyogamat!

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Episode cover photo (& our forest elopement) captured by Lydia Jane Photography. To see more of her work, go to https://www.lydiajane.com/ or her Instagram @lydiajane

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I mention the book Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents by Lindsay C. Gibson 

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The Enneagram Planner Collection by @workspacery is officially LIVE and available for pre-order!! 

This collection features nine unique, weekly, self-dated 6-month planners — one for each enneagram type and right now you can SAVE on your order with a special code from me to you! Use the checkout code CRYINGONMYYOGAMAT at workspacery.com!

I’ve been needing to get my scheduling in order and am SO excited to have found a planner that was designed with my unique type in mind! You know I already pre-ordered my Type 4 planner and a Type 5 for Ryan, because listen: these sell out fast every season, and now is the perfect time to order for yourself or a friend (hello, early holiday shopping!). Go to https://workspacery.com/enneagram-planners to learn more!

#ad ((Thank you for supporting Crying on my yoga mat’s very first affiliate opportunity! You help this podcast grow))

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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 share it with 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. 12

Ep. 12

August 31, 2021

I (Jaydee) turned 30! Listen along as I talk about the things I’ve learned along the way, like how a challenge can sometimes be a good thing, and that it truly all comes down to loving yourself. 

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The Enneagram Planner Collection by @workspacery is officially LIVE and available for pre-order!! 

This collection features nine unique, weekly, self-dated 6-month planners — one for each enneagram type and right now you can SAVE on your order with a special code from me to you! Use the checkout code CRYINGONMYYOGAMAT at workspacery.com!

I’ve been needing to get my scheduling in order and am SO excited to have found a planner that was designed with my unique type in mind! You know I already pre-ordered my Type 4 planner and a Type 5 for Ryan, because listen: these sell out fast every season, and now is the perfect time to order for yourself or a friend (hello, early holiday shopping!). Go to https://workspacery.com/enneagram-planners to learn more!

#sponsored #ad ((Thank you for supporting Crying on my yoga mat’s very first affiliate opportunity! You help this podcast grow))

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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 share it with 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.

11 - With guest Vasia

11 - With guest Vasia

August 24, 2021

TW: In this episode, our guest Vasia (self-taught stick & poke tattoo artist) and I talk about potentially triggering topics such as drug addiction, gun violence, sexual & physical abuse and human trafficking. Listed below are some organizations that work to uplift and empower women, children and their communities. If you are in the position to do so, please consider supporting them and the people they care for.
Battered Women’s Support Services

Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre

Black Women Connect Vancouver

Pacific Association of First Nations Women

Urban Native Youth Association

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Follow Vasia on Instagram @vasia or check out her website www.Vasia.ca.

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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 share it with 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. 10

Ep. 10

August 17, 2021

This episode, while a solo one, was a collaborative effort with my Instagram followers on the topic of STARTING. We talk the various reasons that keep us from starting and end with some encouraging words from fellow COMYM listeners to help you get started. 

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I mention the book Mindset by Carol Dweck.

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Got questions for a future episode about growth vs. fixed mindset? Message me!

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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 share it with 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.

09 - With guest Tilda Ruvinga

09 - With guest Tilda Ruvinga

August 10, 2021

Tilda Ruvinga, apparel designer & meme aficionado is our guest in this episode! We talk wage disparities & performative actionism in the fashion industry, and she tells us some of the top ways to support small clothing brands/businesses (spoiler alert: SHARE/TAG them on social!).

Tilda created TKbyTilda and makes: cute & comfy clothes that complement every body AND memes that will have you laughing out loud. To buy TK on Etsy, click here. Her Instagram is @TKbyTilda 

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During our conversation, Tilda mentioned her friend Kaya - Kaya’s Instagram is @comfygirlcurls & go to https://comfygirlwithcurls.com/ to explore her blog! 

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August is (coincidently) Black Business month! As Tilda’s experience reminds us, Black women are NOT paid their worth. It’s vital to seek out and support Black (& other members of the global majority) owned businesses alllllll year round.

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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 share it with 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. 08

Ep. 08

August 3, 2021

Changing directions/paths can be SCARY. How do we become more okay with it? This episode I talk about a season of massive change in my life and how I learned to sometimes let go of good in order to make room for better

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I mention Episode 04 & Episode 07.

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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 share it with 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.

07 - With guest Paulina Rabcewicz

07 - With guest Paulina Rabcewicz

July 27, 2021

Paulina Rabcewicz is our guest this week and she talks about how, in her experience, putting yourself out there, going with the flow, and doing the work to get you where you want to go has worked out for her thus far!

Paulina is a podcast editor and creative director currently residing in Bali with her partner, and their adorable pup Charlie! She is obsessed with Greek salad, and finds joy in the little things of every day. Check out her aesthetic af (double Virgo) Instagram @paulinarabcewicz and be sure to follow her upcoming business over at @sweetp.studios. @francandiris is the anti-blue light eyewear company that she works with. Franc and Iris donates $15 from every pair of glasses sold to a charity, who uses the funds to pay for an eye test and prescription glasses for someone in need in a remote part of the world who couldn't afford it themselves.

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I reference Episode 06

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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 share it with 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. 06

Ep. 06

July 20, 2021

Franz Firdinand the Douglas Fir sapling (see episode art) brings us this episode’s topics of comparison & congruence!

I mention an exercise Pamela Song spoke of in Episode 05.

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 share it with 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.

 

05 - With guest Pamela Song

05 - With guest Pamela Song

July 13, 2021

Pamela Song joins us this episode to talk about the journey of self acceptance, finding her own voice and how she helps others do the same!

Pam is a Vocal Coach who founded Emberays (Embrace) Vocals from the little red dot in Singapore. In the field of vocal pedagogy, coaching and performing arts, she found her calling to help people gain a better understanding of their body and how to utilise and maximise their voice through vocal coaching.

With a specific focus on vocal health and performance, she has supported and coached many to overcome their vocal issues. Centred around a holistic approach of the mind, body and spirit, she believes that everyone has the right to vocal freedom and should have the chance to develop a healthy relationship with their own voice because their voice is not only important to yourself but the people that depend on you.

Her mission is to empower her clients with the tools to utilise & maximise their voice. In partnership, craft an intentional vocal brand that effortlessly communicates their unique vibe that will resonate with their audience.

Find Pam on Instagram @st.pams

In this, Pam references Episode 04 of Crying on my yoga mat in which I explain an exercise that can be used to help build a better internal narrative (I used it for affirmations)!

Feedback on the episode? Message me on Instagram so I know what you want to hear talked about in future episodes! @cryingonmyyogamat If you know anyone that would benefit from this content, please share it with them! Be sure to tag me on social so I can see what you’re loving & learning.

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

 

Ep. 04

Ep. 04

July 6, 2021

This episode I’m talking about affirmations and how borrowing the belief that others have in me has helped my confidence and may help yours!

Feedback on the episode? Message me on Instagram so I know what you want to hear talked about in further episodes! @cryingonmyyogamat If you know anyone that would benefit from the show, please share it with them! Be sure to tag me on social so I can see what you’re loving & learning.

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