Alexandra Roxo

Alexandra Roxo, writer, transformational coach, and cofounder of Moon Club, uses the power of storytelling and embodiment to facilitate and lead women toward transformation and self-healing. Through Moon Club, she empowers and teaches women to embrace their inner divine feminine in all her textures—from fierce rage to soft tenderness—and to share their stories vulnerably, without shame, through the power of voice, breathwork, and daily practice. Alexandra works with clients one on one online and in Los Angeles and leads retreats around the world. Her upcoming book, How to Heal Your Sh*t and F*ck Like a Goddess, is forthcoming in 2020.

Alexandra will be part of Women’s Week at Kripalu November 10–15, 2019. Learn more or register now. 

Learn more about this presenter’s work:


  • Five Ways to Work with Love's Medicine

    When Love becomes a skill and a medicine, you and your Lover can be in a constant state of divine communion, and one glance feels like 1,000 gourmet raw chocolates for your soul.

  • Why Women Trigger Each Other and How We Can Stop Doing It

    As women, we have been taught to compare ourselves to other women from the day we were born, says Alexandra Roxo. But we can change that pattern.

  • Transforming Pain Into Passion and Purpose

    Alexandra Roxo shares how her pain has propelled her towards her work. She would never trade anything for those life experiences, she says—even though they have been difficult and even though they flare up daily.

  • Getting Real

    As an idealist, Alexandra Roxo has always looked for the best in situations and in people, she writes. But, in countless moments, her idealism has gotten her into trouble.

  • Reclaiming the Divine Feminine: A Conversation with Alexandra Roxo

    The divine feminine is closely linked to nature—to the ability to create, nurture, protect, grow, says coach, healer, and artist Alexandra Roxo.

  • How Yoga Supports Women's Empowerment

    Kripalu CEO Barbara Vacarr sat down with four Women’s Week presenters to discuss how yoga supports women’s empowerment and why gathering together is so important.