Alexandra is a writer, creator, and mentor.

Alexandra’s path to healing, her search the divine feminine, and storytelling began at a young age.  With a career traversing genres, but with a through line of exploration of the female body and the re-integration of the divine feminine into the collective narrative, Alexandra has been making art, writing, and been a devotee to this path for nearly two decades.

She has been featured on TV shows such as Slutever on Viceland, Sex/ Life on Epix, youtube shows, podcasts and international publications for her work in the field of feminine healing and spirituality.  Named a “modern spiritual leader” by Well + Good she sees clients in one on one coaching and mentorship, leads retreats around the world, and teaches monthly online in her online community Radical Awakenings.  Her healing and coaching work and ideas on healing and spirituality have been featured in the New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, The Guardian, Nylon, Playboy, and many other international publications.

Her first book debuts F*ck Like a Goddess: Heal Yourself. Reclaim Your Voice.  Stand in Your Power on July 21st with publisher Sounds True.

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After leaving filmmaking full time, Alexandra went on to study coaching, trauma informed care, shamanic practice, sacred intimacy work, meditation, and energy work with internationally acclaimed teachers. She heeded a call to transition from film and TV into a service oriented career in wellness helping women heal through some of the wounds she herself was called to work through around the divine feminine, the voice, sexuality, and the body.  Bringing her study of embodiment and self expression with her pursuits in the sacred feminine path together, she has supported thousands of women in their journey.

She has taught at institutions such as Kripalu Center and 1440 Multiversity about the sacred feminine embodied spiritual path, the importance of reclaiming feminine spiritual narratives, and why embodiment is key to our spiritual paths.

She now leads an online community focused on feminine embodiment, ritual, and expression as healing and art. 

Alexandra spent over a decade writing and creating as a filmmaker, artist, actress, and director.  Her feature film Mary Marie was touted by Variety as a “femme on femme opus.” Her Vice show Every Woman was viewed by over 12 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 commercials, and wrote plays.  She also co-produced the feature film BARE which she also acted in.

Alexandra has a BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where she studied embodiment, movement, writing, and the dramatic arts.

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