Talks with Dayloustyles is a space where we normalize conversations around mental health, healing, and wellness amongst women of color. We focus on providing Women of Color with the resources they need to thrive and be the best versions of themselves. We interview guests who get honest about their journeys and also educate. Get ready to be inspired, healed, informed, and encouraged after tuning in.
In my very first episode in the new year I discuss what’s to come on the show in 2021, what my experience was like having covid, some wisdom filled gems, and what I’ve been up to since my last episode.
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Excuse the absence yall. I have had a lot going on and I've also been in a creative rut lately. But no need to fret. I hope all of you lovely souls have been doing well and staying safe during this pandemic. In today's episode, I had the opportunity to chat with Health Educator and Yoga Teacher, Bria of JustBriFree Yoga and Wellness. I must say, this was such an inspiring and informative episode we recorded yall! Here are some of the topics we discuss below.
-lack of diversity and inclusion in the Wellness & Yoga Space
- Bria's journey to Yoga and how it has changed her life
-Asanas that relieve stress and anxiety
-How the wellness space can be more inclusive to BIPOC and LGBTQ community members
- Her exclusive closed Yoga classes she offers BIPOC and LGBTQ members and what goes down in these classes
-Plus so much more you have to check out and listen to in the episode. Please find Bria's info below.
In this episode, we discuss reiki healing. What reiki healing is and isn't. Common concerns that come up about reiki healing in the Christian community. Trauma Based Breathing Techniques and Breathing Techniques that aid with stress relief and anxiety. She breaks down a breathing technique that will aid us in the middle of an anxiety attack yall! She really provided us with some excellent resources that will help us prosper mentally and emotionally! Christy also dives into her journey with Yoga and how she stumbled upon it. It was truly a powerful and inspiring story. I loved every aspect of the vulnerability, transparency, and honesty she shared in this interview. She is currently accepting clients for breathing techniques and Reiki Healing! Find her information below.
Wheewwwww! This was a heavy episode to record. We both got some things off our chest. I am so grateful for Trauma-Informed Coach Giovonni, for sitting down with me to chat it up. We cover topics on Healing, Trauma, how unresolved trauma can show up in our present lives, and we dive deep into what shadow work is and isn't. After listening you're probably going to be like, yeah this sounds like me. That is okay if so! I felt super triggered as we were recording. Since this episode may trigger some, we've provided you all with some resources toward the end of the episode. We each shared some very personal information about our past experience with sexual assault. This episode will you leave you informed, healed, and encouraged after tuning in. If you would like to work one on one with Trauma-Informed Coach, Giovonni, please find her information below.
This episode covers a topic that has been widely discussed recently. What mainly inspired this conversation was the incident that occurred with Hip Hop Rappers, Meg The Stallion and Tory Lanez. We live in a society that holds a lot of implicit bias towards BIPOC. This implicit bias impacts almost every aspect of our daily lives. We live in a society where black women feel muted. My lovely guest and I express our frustrations, share some alarming facts about black women in health care, and the racism that is still present in the healthcare system. We also dive into ways that people can support black women more so that we do not feel muted in a society that has not done much to protect us. Let’s continue this conversation on instagram. Message me on instagram with your thoughts about this topic. I’d love to hear from you! Please find the links below where you can keep up with Multidiscipliary, Sandra Normil.
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In this episode, I am joined by Therapist, Rebecca King who specializes in couples therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy at Better Minds Mental Health Counseling.
We go in-depth about what anxiety is and isn't, how to be supportive of a partner who may suffer from an anxiety disorder and helpful strategies to relieve anxiety.
You're going to leave listening to this episode with so much insight, clarity, and helpful information about anxiety. This episode is for anyone who may be in a relationship with someone who suffers from anxiety, tips to relieve anxiety, and general information on anxiety attacks/panic attacks. You can learn more about Rebecca's services here, her Instagram can be found below.
Welcome to Episode 8 guys! I can't even begin to express how much I enjoyed recording this episode with the lovely Author, Makeda. We start the show off discussing her most recent poetry book, BARE. We get into how we both struggle with imposter syndrome and review strategies to overcome it. She dives deep into the benefits of journaling and we also share how journaling has impacted our lives on a deep and emotional level. This is an episode you do not want to miss. After tuning in you're going to want to grab her poetry book BARE ASAP. Please find the link below to makeda's Instagram and her website.
In this solo episode, I dive into 13 tried and true ways to improve your mental health. I hope you all gain something valuable from this episode. Peace and blessings. Do not forget to follow me on my Instagram at @dayloustyles__
In episode 6, I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Wellness Entrepreneur Lavene Gass CEO of Syngery by Lavene.
We discussed so many topics in this episode. I am confident you will leave informed, inspired, and grounded after listening.
We share our journeys of how we got started with meditation, meditation tips for beginners, and plus so much more! We do not hold back one bit in this episode. We shed light on some of the unspoken topics within the wellness space; common misconceptions around Yoga/Meditation. Tune in to listen all the way through and see what we have to say. If you would like to use sage or purchase crystals, please check out Lavene's business below.
I am very excited to share this week's guest with you. In this week's episode, I sat down with the Owner of Material Motives boutique, Nadia Jackson. In our episode, she shares her journey of starting her business, dealing with comparison online, marketing tips, and inspirational gems for aspiring online boutique owners. It's a great resource of information for aspiring entrepreneurs and current entrepreneurs. You can shop Material Motives boutique here. She got some cute some stuff yall. I recently purchased a set from her and I love it :) If you have ever thought about opening an online boutique and are not sure where to start, this episode is for you! Follow Nadia's business and support on her Instagram below.
In this week’s episode, we cover so much!! This one is good guys. I hope you enjoyed this episode as much as I enjoyed recording it. We get honest about our journey’s, discuss stigmas within the black community around mental health, and cover some great mental health tips.
It was a tough episode to record as we both revealed personal things about our mental health journey. It was therapeutic for both of us to record this episode. This episode may be triggering for some listening. I welcome you to reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Hotline if you know someone experiencing suicidal thoughts or inflicting self-harm at, 1-800-273-8255
Therapy for Black girls is also a great source to find a therapist. I have a list of mental health resources in my bio as well for folks to view on instagram.
Mariah can be found on her instagram and Twitter at @indagogh
Hey guys! You thought I was gone for good, didn't you? Back with a bonus episode that I'm sure you will love! This episode was pushed back by a week due to recent events. It was paramount for me to discuss the BLM movement and the senseless killings of people in the black community. It did not feel right posting content.
In this episode, I am joined by my dear friend and good sis, Janice. She shares her experience being pregnant during a pandemic, being quarantined with your partner while also pregnant, tips and words of encouragement for pregnant Momma's, and what she has learned about herself during quarantine. This is a good one yall. Worth the listen. You can follow Janice on Instagram at sweetbutsour_
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This is my first guest and I couldn’t be more thrilled to sit down with my best friend, Abiah. Her story was truly inspiring and my good sis drops wisdom throughout the episode. We discuss her journey leading up to taking the leap to pursue her freelance career, how she manages stress and anxiety to improve her mental health, and she hits us with soul touching wisdom on life that I’m sure will have you leaving better than you came. You can find her on social media below. Don't forget to follow me on my instagram at @dayloustyles__ and subscribe to my email list!
This is the very first episode of Talks With Dayloustyles! Welcome Ya’ll!
Listen as I discuss my journey to starting this podcast, what you can expect this season, and a podcasting tip I learned that I wanted to share with everyone. Short but sweet episode for you all to get to know me. Loved what you heard? Stay tuned to hear my very first guest in Episode 2. Remember that mental health is wealth y’all! Hope you enjoy the episode.
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