rebellious rituals

screw valentine's day

There shouldn't be 1/365 days of the year where you receive lavish attention. Between commercial agendas, our own self-worth and society's constant need for perfection...

We are sold an empty promise.

We're told that without a partner, your value solo is diminished.
(even if you have one, your value is combined, not stand alone)

What if it was time to rebel?
And perhaps, to be what you crave...

enter... a rebellious rituals immersion

a whole week for you

What commercial advantage takers don't want you to know: You don't require anything external to be what you crave.

And this week, you'll discover not only what it is you deeply crave, but receive it as a gift, from you, to you.

Dear Me,

I noticed you were craving ________
so I made some just for you.

Love, Me.

All in less than 20 minutes a day.
Impatient go-getters rejoice.

The Screw Valentine's Day sessions have been such a contribution to me and my body... practical tools to deal with the real stuff that comes up in life. No fluffy bull****. I appreciate that! Really shifted the energy around trusting myself. Thanks Rebecca.

Susan O'Malley


the rituals

Each day, Rebecca will create a ritual live in our Facebook Group. 

At 3:30pm EST each day, Rebecca will create a new ritual live.
Simply put aside 15-30 minutes each day, at the set time, or when suits you.
Rest, relax and receive.

Sit back, relax, ease out the kinks in your body and take up well deserved space for you. Because if you don't create it for you, no one else will.

the rebels

In this free week-long immersion, join your fellow rebels in the free facebook group: rebellious rituals where the challenge will be held.

Joining is free.
Meet your fellow rebels
Share your immersion experience in a welcoming space.

After the immersion is over, you'll receive new invitations to live rebelliously and up your self-care.

the rebellious living

In rebellious rituals, we believe that you have to be what you crave. Imagine a world of self-sustainable, self-fulfilled people. 

you need a hug? wrap yourself in a fluffy blanket and be there for yourself.
you wake up feeling achy? stretch it out and dig into the coconut oil with a self-massage before hopping in the shower.
you need a spark of inspiration? immerse yourself in your favourite artist's work.

The greatest rebellion you can choose is to choose what works for you. 

ready to put you back on the priority list?

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self-care just much deeper

join the immersion

It's free, and it's for you. Commit to 20 minutes a day.

connect in the group

Find your fellow rebels in the Rebellious Rituals group.

explore the rituals

Enjoy the rituals live with Rebecca or when it suits you.

be what you crave

Explore a deeper level of energetic satisfaction.

rebellious rituals will invite you to...

say f*** no to things that aren't on your priority list.
create your daily life on your own terms
be empowered to change any bull**** in your life - as it happens.
create a spa-like experience every day without the price tag
embrace the rebel you already are. Need we say more?

rebellious rituals

screw valentine's day immersion
starts sunday 13 february

about your rebellious guide

Rebecca Hulse

Rebecca Hulse is an author, speaker and creative rebel at heart. She is a business coach on a mission to help creatives be successful without being exceedingly serious, guiding entrepreneurs to bring their ideas to life and to apply the tools that actually fit their purposes. 

As someone who revels in shaking up the realities and limiting paradigms of her clients, Rebecca thrives in situations where the impossible transitions to possible. As a former performing artist, and today’s contemporary voice for millennials, Rebecca completed her first “bucket list” by age 20. 

She is the personification of her motto, “impossible is temporary,” which is evident in her latest book, Rebellious Rituals. In Rebellious Rituals, Rebecca guides readers to change their daily-life experiences with indulgent self-care, frank acknowledgments, and explosive creativity. 

You've inspired me and given me a different perspective about ease. About fuck being perfect, beyond right and wrong and doing what works for me at any given time, It's amazing how 15 minute chats can be so jam-packed with life-changing tools and questions. I'll be listening to these recordings again and again. Thank you!!

Chantelle Everley


it's time, take back your self-care.

frequently asked questions

I'm single AF, will this immersion week help me?

This immersion is not about your relationship and any other people in your life. This is about your relationship with yourself.

How do I know what I crave?

That's what we're going to find out together! The more you explore, the more you will know.

What time are the rituals live-streamed?

The immersion goes from 13-19 February at 3:30pm EST each day. Put aside 15-30 minutes each day at this time to join in the Rituals live.

How will this immersion week work?

Each day Rebecca will stream live into the Facebook Group and create a Rebellious Ritual in real-time. You don't have to enjoy the rituals live, you can choose a time each day that works for you. The immersion is designed as a 7-day intensive with doable action steps for each day. 

What if I already have a relationship? Will this immersion week screw things up?

We're not here to cause upheaval. You are the only one who can change your life for the better or worse. This immersion week is designed to contribute to you - not anyone else in your life. (Although... if you are more joyful, more turned on, and need less from your partner, wouldn't they enjoy you even more??)

How long are the rituals?

Rituals vary in length but are designed for the time-poor, they're between 10-20 minutes long. 

What happens when I join the immersion?

When you join the Screw Valentine's Day Immersion, you will be invited to the Rebellious Rituals Facebook Group. You will also receive email reminders and an invitation to our immersion calendar. 

What's Access Consciousness®?

Access Consciousness® is Rebecca's preferred medium for change. You can see more about the tool set here.

Do I need any extra equipment?

Rebellious Rituals are designed to be used with what you've got. You can be as extra as you desire. But a space to put your feet up, or sit relaxed is all you need.

I can't sit still and get sensory overload, will this trigger me? 

We hear you, and have created Rebellious Rituals with neuro-diversity in mind. These rituals will invite you to relax, but they don't specify the 'how'. If you need to move, fidget or keep your eyes open, that is all welcome. You get to choose what works for you. The rituals are also recorded with a simple intro/outro music and the only sound is Rebecca's voice. If this is too much for you, there's always the written rituals you can enjoy instead.

join the screw valentine's day immersion

Loving it!

Kylie Myles


screw valentine's day is a 7-day immersion 

Join the free facebook group, answer the admission questions
and we will be ready to rebel in no time.


our origin story

There’s no shortage of self-care tips, protocols and mantras. But are they aligned with you? Can you summon the courage to define your own path?

I never had a real rebellious streak as a teenager. I had parents who were very cool in their own right, so I never really had anything to rebel against. Only one incident springs to mind on a night when I donned my mum’s pair of sexy boots on a family dinner date and had no idea why my dad went AWOL.

I admit though, rebellion always inspired me, I liked the idea of marching to the beat of my own drum, and raising an eyebrow or two. Since I didn’t have anything to really rebel against, the opportunity to rebel didn’t present itself but on the rare occasion.

My rebel desires didn’t take root until I learned what I wanted to fight for.

Fighting for possibilities, for a future, for your own knowing. Most of the fights I am prepared to make are fighting for something. While fighting is not always the answer, having a steadfast grit is sometimes the necessary option — one of the many paths to take to get to the place you desire. While it’s just one of the many tools in your toolbox, most of us are using it wrong.

When you fight against something, you only perpetuate the conflict. One of the hardest things for me to unlearn was my inner resistance to being told what to do, even when it was for my own good.

Self-care is surrounded by far too many ‘shoulds’. You should have…

The ability to wake up early (and naturally)
A mindfulness routine
A workout or movement practice
A creative outlet
Healthy relationships
Plain old happiness

And then there are the ‘should nots’. You shouldn’t…

Get addicted to caffeine
Excessively procrastinate (or should you?)
Be a control freak
Be obsessive about your body

But where’s the fun in that? Where was the exploration and the plain, simple ability to choose? Our desire for structure and routine is destroying our ability to choose for ourselves. If we are supposed to have this structure, don’t you think we would be doing it easily? I’m not so sure; I’m more in favor of the notion that we are supposed be different every day.

Let’s explore further.

First, understand that guilt and imminent failure are not real things — they are simply a judgment or emotion that we create from a result. You can’t fail at making choices, you simply make a new one. You could simply start your day by asking this question: Who am I today? And what grand and glorious adventure would I like to have? And then go about your day choosing, nurturing and creating yourself from there.

I would like to see this as a globally accepted way of living: Choosing consciously, instead of functioning on auto-pilot. Now that is rebellious living.

But if unforgiving routines and disciplined practices are no longer in the self-care vocabulary, how are we supposed to take care of ourselves? This is where the conversation gets interesting: What is self-care? To me, it’s the capacity to be everything I desire, crave, and need — for me. No reason needed, just a continual internal dialogue: I need this, I like this, I want this — I shall give it to myself.

Would you like to live in a community of people who are not needy, but instead are grateful, joyful, independent and a contribution?

I wonder what gift we would find ourselves being for others if we finally started providing ourselves with what we personally need? Popular opinion leans more towards the independent individual exuding a harsh exterior and anti-social agenda. But human spirit proves this theory wrong at almost every turn with stories of self-fulfilled people giving back as much as they can.

So, how do you start creating your own rebellious self-care without ascribing to routine?

Start creating a list to record the moments when you feel like you need something external — from simple things like a hug, to larger energies like companionship. It all goes down in the list.

Dr. Dain Heer says: “Any time you’re looking for external validation, it’s something in you, you need to acknowledge.” When you’re creating this list, you will end up creating a personalized prescription for yourself. This will help you realize that you are everything you need already – you just might need a few external props to assist you.

Step two is to gather your resources. Source the items that can contribute to your self-care library. These items, tools or ideas can help you curate the energies you want in your life. Some of my favorite resources include books, fine china teacups, a playlist of podcasts and audios, a few friends to reach out to, and a ridiculously white fluffy blanket that just makes me melt.

Then start putting it all in play. Whenever you’re down or having a moment, refer back to this list and choose something that calls out to you. Or ask yourself: What do I need right now that I’m not getting? Then see what intuitively comes up. If you can aim to do one thing from your list a day, that’s an incredible accomplishment in a world that values spending every second of your time on external activity.

You have heard it before and I’m corny enough to end on a cliché: Everything you need is inside of you. The nurturing and caring you crave – you actually need to be it for yourself. Take the space today to fill your life with more you, and screw everyone else (at least for 15 minutes!).  Then reemerge in the world ready to contribute and full of your own self-created care.

That is putting yourself first on the list of those that receive. I can’t think of anything more rebellious than that.