A FREE class with Moun and I this Sunday, February 14th at 11am pacific via zoom!
This will be an hour-long practice in calling in love, deepening love, facing obstacles to love, and more… expect to practice some breath, meditation, and ritual with laughter and levity, but also depth.
We are really stoked to see you there, it’s gonna be fun!
🌹 How to Embody your Feminine Fire – an embodiment course including one video masterclass, two guided practices, playlists, journal prompts and more. ($44 value)
🌹 Sexual Healing and Sensual Embodiment meditation – a practice for self-connection and healing. ($11 value)
all for 50% off – a total of $27.50!
“Alexandra reminds us of our feminine power and that sensuality and devotion belong together.” —Rebecca Campbell, bestselling author of Rise Sister Rise
“Alexandra Roxo is a true visionary. Her commitment to fearlessly walking her own talk is testament to her integrity as a spiritual leader for the now age.” —Ruby Warrington, author of Material Girl, Mystical World and Sober Curious
“If you are ready to burst into a life where your body, sexuality, and voice are considered sacred, then devour the pages of F*ck Like a Goddess.” —Sahara Rose, author of Eat Feel Fresh and host of the Highest Self podcast
“Simply being around Roxo’s exhilarating, vivacious presence is a revitalizing retreat in and of itself.” —Kara Ladd, Harper’s BAZAAR
“Get ready to unleash the most powerful version of you.” —Lori Harder, author of A Tribe Called Bliss
“Alexandra weaves a web of divine magick, guiding us back into our fullest potential, of living in a state of presence and pure love.” —Gabriela Herstik, author of Bewitching the Elements: A Guide to Empowering Yourself Through Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Spirit and Inner Witch: A Modern Guide to the Ancient Craft
“Juicy spirituality! The ultimate read for those ready to step into their whole damn self.”—Emma Mildon, bestselling author of The Soul Searcher’s Handbook and Evolution of Goddess
“Come for the meditation coaching, stay to get in touch with the divine feminine within.” —Marisa Meltzer, the New York Times