Becca Rose Family
Meet Our Magickal Coven
Becky opened Becca Rose in 2010 at the Olde Mistick Village in Mystic, CT. She continues to fine tune herself and her business in order to achieve greater success each year.
"I LOVE that I have the opportunity to serve every customer, whether that's through a kind word, healthy products, Magickal support tools, educational trainings on social media or in-person events."
It is Becky's passion to support women on their journey into what THEY love. Join Becky on IG during her Woods Walk and Talks for inspo and to learn more about her programs of support!
In her free time, Becky enjoys spending time with her husband, Justin, two Maine Coon cats, Moqui and Fleur De Lis and Greyhound, Maleficent.
Morgan knows that the part she will enjoy most about working at Becca Rose will be the people. The store itself is such a wonderful place and if she can aid in making it better and hopefully starting someone off on a beautiful wellness journey then that will be amazing!
Morgan is extremely passionate about people. She loves being around people and soaking in their good energy. She enjoys meeting new individuals and learning about their lives and realizing how beautiful each and every person truly is.
Whenever Morgan is at Becca Rose, the soaps, the crystals, and the jewelry all call her name and she gravitates towards them. "But honestly the whole store is amazing and I would enjoy all the products."
Morgan's second favorite place to shop at the village is Kitch. It makes her feel like a real adult because she looks at a lemon storage container and thinks “wow, I really could use that in my life” haha. She can’t wait until she has a house or an apartment with a large kitchen and can finally buy stuff from there that she will use!!
There are two things Morgan would do if she could do anything in the world. In college she helped start a group called Diversability to create a community for students with disabilities on campus. Morgan has a disability and knows how ostracizing it can be and feel and if she could create a community for people with disabilities she would love it. Her second thing is artsy. Since she was a kid she wanted to be an artist and was influenced to believe that artists make no money so she needed to pick something else. In the end she is grateful for every decision she made as she uncovered many passions as a result.