Be Ceremonial

Why Ceremony?

Ceremony helps us move through times of change with intention. It’s a way to express what we’re holding in a safe, meaningful way.

What is Ritual and Ceremony?

A ritual is an intentional action that helps us create meaning. Rituals connect us to ourselves, to each other, and to the world around us. 

A ceremony is a series of rituals brought together in a way that tells a story. Ceremonies help us mark an occasion or shed light on an experience, supporting us during moments of change or times of transition. 

Types of Ceremonies

There are many ways to create a ceremony; you can hold a solo ceremony for yourself, a partner ceremony with a friend or family member, a group ceremony with your community, or even a virtual ceremony. Ceremonies can help you acknowledge the big milestones, often connected to birth, marriage, and death, or they can help you honour the seemingly invisible moments of change; the experiences we don’t always talk about much less celebrate. 

No matter what you are going through in life or in death, a ceremony can help you acknowledge what was, what is, and what will be.

Self Care

Rituals help us acknowledge all of the emotions we feel, helping us find balance within ourselves so we can then care for others.

Community Care

Ritual connects us with ourselves, with each other, and with the world around us by giving us a universal language to draw from.


Rituals help us address our health in a more holistic way, offering support from a physical, mental, spiritual, or emotional wellness perspective.

Legacy Keeping

Ceremonies create an opportunity for our legacy to be created, shared, and carried forward with intention and mindfulness.