Alexandra Roxo is a transformational coach, healer and writer. Her writing on personal growth and empowerment, astrology, moon ritual, and spirituality can be read on Girl Boss.com. Teen Vogue, Mind Body Green, and more. She has been featured in the New York Times as a coach and healer, on Viceland TV, in the Guardian, and Nylon Magazine for her innovative approach to healing and wellness and also been named a "modern spiritual leader" by Well + Good. Her online community MOON CLUB, consists of hundreds of women worldwide who attend her monthly online rituals, empowerment talks, and are guided by her practices. She has a growing social media following online where she recommends moon rituals and writes empowering messages daily to her audience.
Alexandra has been called to help people find their voices, release limiting beliefs imposed by society, and come home to their true nature for as long as she can remember. Her film work, along the same topics, has been viewed by millions of people and featured in international press.
Her online community and ritual program MOON CLUB, co-founded with Author Ruby Warrington (Material Girl, Mystical World, Harpers Elixir) is an online space where women from around the world gather to help each other with entrepreneurial advice, practice meditation and ritual, and empower each other to share their unique gifts with the world.
Prior to devoting herself towards her work in healing and empowerment, she created art and films about her journey home to herself, and her adventures on the spiritual path. She directed her first play at age 21 called This Little Light of Mine, about her own journey reclaiming her power and fullness despite growing up in the Bible belt. Her web show Be Here Nowish, about her Saturn’s Return and spiritual path of her late 20’s, debuted to much critical acclaim and was featured in the New Yorker alongside shows such as High Maintenance and Broad City, screened at the Tribeca Film Festival and purchased by Fullscreen and shopped for TV with CAA and Oscar winning producers Stacy Sher and Michael Shamberg.
Her Vice show Every Woman, which has amassed over 10 million views was turned into a pilot for Viceland TV with Executive Producer Spike Jonze. Her film work was featured in international press from Vogue to Dazed to i-D, New York Times, Variety, New York Magazine, and more. She has directed commercial projects for Land Rover, United AIrlines, Maybelline, Oscar Mayer and more. And also acted in the TV show The Knick by Steven Soderbergh. Her artistic path has traversed many realms and she been sought after and featured as a female director and spoken at Lincoln Center, The Tribeca Film Festival and Independent Film Week. She has also directed documentary content in spaces such as with women in a strip club in New Mexico, on travels across country with train hopping hitch hiking homeless women, in Cuba with the Castro family and in a Cuban morgue, undercover in brothels in New York, and more...to fearlessly immerse herself in the worlds of underbellies of humanity, and to investigate how the modern woman empowers herself and gets beyond the status quo.
Her passion for using art and story for healing began back in college when she facilitated storytelling workshops for teens in homeless shelters in NYC with the organization ART START, taught therapeutic theatre workshops to mothers in Caritas group homes in Florence, Italy, facilitated storytelling and filmmaking workshops at GEMS in NYC for women who had been victims of sex trafficking, and spent time mentoring teens in Seattle in photography with Youth in Focus.
Her spiritual studies have been widespread as she has been curious to study many paths over the last twenty years. She began her first mentorship with spiritual teacher and psychic Bobby Drinnon in her teens until his passing four years ago. At age 19 she began her study of meditation and yoga with a community in Tuscany, where she spent time meditating in caves where St. Francis meditated and living a monastic life for a period of time in the commune while studying deeply. She spent long periods of time in meditation and began her sadhana officially then. She also studied embodiment work, vocal work, breath work, and writing at NYU where she graduated with honors. After college she continued her meditation practice and began to study moon ritual and Goddess based tradition including attending Starhawk’s free activist witch camp and eventually holding her own rituals and ceremonies from age 21 to the present.
At age 28 she dove in deeper to her practice and healing journey by spending a year in peyote ceremonies with an Apache medicine man, and soon after beginning her time in ceremony with ayahuasca, which is an integral part of her healing and spiritual journey still today.
More recently she has studied tantric practices called The Yoga of Intimacy and sacred serpent ritual with two teachers in LA, and shamanic healing and journey work with shamanic healer Betsy Bergstrom. She is also Reiki attuned by Lisa Levine, Reiki Master. Her current practice involves yogic meditation and breath work, energy healing and cleansing work, empowerment and manifestation work, and the continued devotion of her 13 year ritual practice with the moon's cycles and energy.
She works with clients one on one in custom coaching programs and healing rituals and speaks publicly about her path and practice. She also offers events, retreats, ritual gatherings in New York and Los Angeles and online and writes monthly moon ritual columns for The Numinous, Girl Boss, and Mind Body Green, and is working on her first book.