Alexandra Roxo is an artist, bestselling author, creative,
transformational and spiritual coach and mentor to women.
She has been featured as a guest speaker on many renowned podcasts and on TV including on ViceTV’s Slutever, Epix’s Sex / Life show and at numerous festivals and events worldwide. She has also been featured in the NY Times, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, The Guardian, Playboy, InStyle Magazine and many other international publications for her work with women.
Her book “F*CK LIKE A GODDESS: Heal Yourself, Reclaim Your Voice, Stand in Your Power” debuted in July 2020 with Sounds True to be #1 new release and bestseller in 3 categories on Amazon for 3 weeks in a row and was featured on Refinery 29, Pop Sugar, Bustle, and InStyle as a radical guidebook for women about modern spirituality outside the mainstream, and as
a practical guide to healing that includes body, mind, and spirit.
She has also mentored and supported the healing and expression of women as a teacher and mentor for various non-profits over the last twenty years leading writing and theatre workshops in shelters in NYC at Art Start, creating workshops for teen girls who had escaped trafficking at GEMS in NYC, working with Caritas in Florence, Italy leading arts workshops for mothers in shelters, mentoring teens at Youth in Focus in Seattle in art, and most recently leading women's circles and healing workshops for unhoused mothers at the Motherhouse in Boulder, CO.
With a career traversing genres, but with a through line of exploration of the female body and the intersection of sexuality and spirituality, Alexandra has been making art, writing, and sharing her heart publicly for nearly two decades about modern spirituality, the feminine faces of the divine, embodiment as healing and practice, and the path of the expression of the soul through art and writing as liberation.
Sitting in sacred council with Alexandra changed so many aspects of how I love and respect myself.
I worked with Alexandra 1:1 for 6 months and was all in on every energetic level. She met me there with grace and expansive heart energy that allowed me to make the most difficult changes of my entire life.
Her wisdom and connection to the creative process manifested with transformative power in my embodiment practice and new behavioral sets in my life. I now deeply value and lead with the love of my creativity, femininity, body wisdom and powerful voice.
This work came at the most sacred time in my life, processing deep levels of grief giving way to
a soulful version of self that feels restored and Free to be Me.
Thank you for this time, your practice and commitment to these intensely transformative spaces.
- Sue Hunt, Author of Transitory Nature
She leads retreats, sees clients privately, and has been running a successful online membership for five years, first called Moon Club, centered around ritual, and now called Radical Awakenings, centered around embodiment, depth psychology, sacred theatre, and ritual.
Her ideas and stories have been featured in the New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, The Guardian, Nylon, Playboy, and many other international publications.
Alexandra spent over a decade writing and creating as a filmmaker, screenwriter, artist, actress, and director. Her feature film Mary Marie was touted by Variety as a “femme on femme opus.” Her VICE documentary Every Woman was viewed by over 13 million people and turned into a TV pilot with executive producer Spike Jonze. Her webshow Be Here Nowish was featured in Vogue, The New Yorker, and London Times called “The new New age.” In addition to creating new narratives about the feminine spiritual experience she acted in TV shows, directed and produced commercials and branded content for brands such as United Airlines, Nasty Gal, and Bud Light. She also co-produced the feature film BARE premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2015 and sold to IFC, which she also acted in.
After years as a filmmaker and writer/director of commercials, documentaries and narratives projects, she heeded to write and speak about some of the wounds she herself was called to work through around religion and god, the voice, sexuality, and the body and empower women to share their own stories and create their own art.
Bringing her study of theatre, art, embodiment and self expression with her pursuits in the sacred feminine path together, she has supported thousands of women in their journey.
She has lead groups at institutions such as Kripalu Center and 1440 Multiversity using storytelling, speaking, sharing, embodiment, and vocal work to empower women into their own mythic journey of life.
Alexandra has a BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where she studied playwriting, art for healing and social change, movement and embodiment, vocal work, and the dramatic arts for healing and expression. She has also studied with various teachers in different spiritual traditions for since she was 13 years old. She began her embodiment, meditation, and yoga practice at 18, has studied various types of energy work, and is a student of multiple traditions and practices she has been initiated into. For more info, check out her bestselling book or hear her tell her stories on many podcasts .
“Working with Alexandra over the past 40 days has dramatically begun shifting my inherited belief systems around abundance, self-worth & self love. We are also doing work around softening my ever-present brain bully— the hustler. Originally we were only going to do a 40 day program, but the shifts are so palpable that I want to continue digging and shifting with her. In fact, if I could keep her in my pocket at all times, I would.”
— Lulu Brud, Interior Designer, Actress: Pretty Little Liars
"Working with Alexandra over the past few years has been a completely transformative life experience. She's helped me see myself, my purpose, and the world in a whole new way. With her guidance, I've become a more confident and embodied leader in my life.
This year, I participated in Alexandra's Coven Mastermind, and it proved to be the push that I needed out of my comfort zone and had me showing up to my life in ways I would have never imagined was possible. The program shifted and amplified how I use my voice, how I write, and how I share my gifts with the world.
I've learned so much from this incredible woman. She knows her truth and lives it beautifully, sharing it with so much humility and grace. Her ability to channel her wisdom into the world is awe-inspiring, resonating with a power that is nothing short of extraordinary. I'm beyond grateful for her guidance as a mentor and role model. "