it's time to remember

the parts of you that you've lost

It’s time to remember

the parts of you that you’ve lost

Wisdom and Rituals for Slow & Seasonal Living

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Hi I’m Becca…

…and I have a deep yearning for all of us to feel deep down in our bones that we belong.

I want us to overcome the ancestral stories and cultural narratives that are keeping us quiet and small and not taking action on what truly matters in these times. The world is transforming, the culture is shifting, and I want all of us to feel rooted enough to be responsive in our communities so that we can create ripples outward.

I invite you to step into my virtual sacred space and explore all the ways I can support your journey back to belonging as I do the same. We were never meant to do this alone.

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Subscribe to Belonging, a podcast that explores being alive in the age of loneliness. Becca Piastrelli is your host and guide on a journey of courageous reconnection as we explore topics like ancestral wisdom, cultivating meaningful community, living with the seasons and cycles of the earth and your body, and what it means to be a good ancestor.


podcast episodes

Episode #100: The Women’s Circle with Anoushka Florence

Episode #100: The Women’s Circle with Anoushka Florence

Anoushka Florence is a teacher, an author, a circle-tender, and a mother. She is the Keeper of the Mama’s Village, the Mama of The Goddess Space, and the author of The Women’s Circle. Her work is based on ancient spiritual feminine practices that are grounded in the...

Episode #99: Keeping Grief Weird with Tracy Benjamin

Episode #99: Keeping Grief Weird with Tracy Benjamin

Tracy Benjamin is a food photographer, stylist & blogger based in the San Francisco Bay Area. In this episode, we have a tender conversation about grief, and all the ways she’s experienced it since her mom’s sudden death in 2017. Together we explore how loss can...

my story

My life’s journey has shown me that we can remember that we belong — to ourselves, to the earth, to all that came before us, and in community.

I am a writer, aspiring land steward, coach, and ancestral folk medicine keeper. I am a storyteller, deep listener, and community gatherer. I’ve dedicated my life and work to supporting women in experiencing a deep sense of belonging by connecting with the cycles of nature, ancestral wisdom, working with their hands, and being in meaningful community.

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