Alexandra Roxo is a bestselling author, award winning filmmaker, writer, artist, and transformational coach and teacher. She has been working as a writer, and on camera, for nearly twenty years writing and creating and appearing in film and TV, including for her acclaimed web show Be Here Nowish, season one and season two. She has appeared on and created multiple Vice Media productions with millions of views, including Every Woman and has guest starred on Epix’s Sex/Life, Starz’s The Knick, Viceland’s Slutever and most recently on season two of the Netflix show Too Hot To Handle.
Her writing and art around modern femininity, spirituality, and sexuality can be read in her book F*ck Like a Goddess: Heal Yourself, Reclaim Your Voice, Stand in Your Power, essays and articles on the “Now Age” site The Numinous, on her podcast Holy F*ck with Alexandra Roxo and in her feature film Mary Marie, web show, and short films.
Besides creating, she coaches powerful smart women in finding the courage to live their best lives, to live from their hearts, to stop pretending, and choose living big and free and expressed and real- connected to wild heart and soul – creativity and passion and pleasure.
She has also created two online communities: Moon Club for the practice of ritual, and Radical Awakenings, where women from all over can gather and practice embodiment.
Her work as a writer, filmmaker, spiritual guide, and artist has been featured in major publications such as the New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar, In Style, and more.Learn More
The Holy F*ck Podcast is for the rebel soul who doesn’t quite fit into the boxes of modern spirituality, but rather, is curious about how the mystical touches us in our everyday lives in the most unexpected places.
Join host, Alexandra Roxo, bestselling author, multi-disciplinary artist, and rebellious teacher and student of heart, for conversations and story-tellings on the mystical and spiritual awakenings life offers us everyday.
Each week, you will hear from people on all sorts of walks of life, sharing how the sacred has touched their lives and the profane, too and how they have explored life and freed their hearts and souls through spiritual practice, taking risks, art, meditation, sex, drugs, birthing, prayer, experiencing death and life and all of the different elements that The Great Mystery aka God / Goddess / Divine speaks to us through.
– Harper’s Bazaar
– London Times
– Retreat Participant
Ever since finding you only a short month to two months ago, your energy has infected me in the best way. It has forced me to look into myself more deeply than I ever have.” – Community Member