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Facebook: tryingtobegoodwithemelia
Twitter: EmeliaSF
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#630 E 11th Ave
Vancouver BC
V5T 2E3



Emelia hosts and produces her own 2x daily radio show called Trying to be Good  where her and her guest go deep into what matters most to them. 1 interview. 1 hour. All heart and guts.

She’s comfortable live and on the spot, gives great interview and loves being on podcasts. Just ask.

She freelances for online magazines, print and radio. Big resume. Again, ask.

Emelia loves to perform her personal stories live.

She offers personal workshops on “how to be yourself onstage” and “how to be yourself online.” online.

She also does slammin’ reviews if you want a good and honest critique of your product/yoga studio/boyfriend.

Emelia’s is excellent at hosting facilitated conversations at events about contemporary spirituality, neo-feminism and the use of social acupuncture.

Emelia is a speaking gigger. She loves this maybe the most.

And if you need coaching on how to be your brightest, best self at a speaking gig, she can make that happen too; from initial writing to story arc to performance stylings. Give a call. 


Check out for more of Emelia’s art making.

She also teaches AcroYoga and private yoga sessions, with focus on grief and slow healing



Brilliant, brash and wickedly wise-  Danielle LaPorte, Author of The Desire Map.

Emelia Symington Fedy demonstrates both her fearlessness as a provocateur and her generosity as an artist. – Colin Thomas, Georgia Straight

The show was hilarious and by far the best thing I saw at PuSh. Symington Fedy’s acting was subtle but it was her small changes in expression which made mundane things funny. Without resorting to obvious angst or pathos she was funny and transfixing. – GEIST Magazine

The only thing that sucks about seeing a show this good is that it ruins everything else. – Saskatoon Star Phoenix

Sometimes you see a show that flies you to Venus and back, breaks your heart and reignites your love of theatre. This is that show. -5 out of 5 stars, CBC

 This one-woman show takes us to another dimension. A dimension of absolutely bizarre and extreme hilarity. It’s performed luminescently by Emelia Symington Fedy who treats us to the most poignant stream-of-consciousness comedy you’ve ever been witness to in your life. She might be the reincarnation of Andy Kaufman. Go. – CBC Winnipeg, Chris Read

Ridiculously Funny. – Sarah Petrescu, Times, Colonist

Absolutely hilarious. A touching vulnerability. – Gail Johnson, Georgia Straight

The show’s charms could almost obscure the fact that it’s also tremendously sophisticated. – The Courier

 Emelia will warm your heart and make you laugh hysterically at the same time. – Winnipeg Sun

Hilarious and thought provoking. She is a must see. – Caroline Skelton, Times Colonist

Cheeky and irreverent. Edgy and hilarious. – Edmonton Sun