MEET THE MOON CLUB FOUNDERS—YOUR RITUAL LEADERS, ASTRO GUIDES, AND HOSTS!

Ruby Warrington is Founder of conscious lifestyle platform The Numinous, where all things "new age" are given a cosmic upgrade for...the Now Age! A British journalist based in Brooklyn, NY, she is the former Features Editor of the UK Sunday Times Style magazine, while her freelance journalism has appeared in the NY Times, Red magazine, Grazia, and The Guardian, among countless other print and digital titles. A lifetime student of astrology, Ruby is also a resident astrologer for Teen Vogue and writes a weekly Style Goddess column for Horoscope.com.

Her first book, Material Girl, Mystical World, is out in May 2017—as featured in Nylon, Teen Vogue, Vogue.com, Hello Giggles, the NY Post, Wanderlust, Well+Good, The Culture Trip and CR Fashion Book, among others. Part memoir, part guide to thriving in the Now Age, the book has been described by Arianna Huffington as: "helping to redefine success for the 21st Century," and details Ruby's own transformational journey using the tools and practices she brings to life with Moon Club.

Ruby is also the Founder of Club SÖDA NYC, and event series for the "sober curious." Named a top wellness trend for 2017 by both Well+Good and Mind Body Green, the events are based on her own journey re-framing her relationship to alcohol, and provide tools for living a more sober life in a shame and stigma-free environment. Co-hosted by meditation artist Biet Simkin, events feature top speakers from the wellness and sobriety scene, as well as the occasional kundalini dance party.

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Alexandra Roxo is a Spiritual and Creative Mentor, healer, and coach, using the esoteric arts to help people into their best selves. She uses Shamanic Journey work, Tarot and Oracle cards, coaching, storytelling, and writing to help guide people through healing processes and find the next steps in their loves towards greater health and fulfillment. 

She writes a popular column “Holy F*ck” where she details her own adventures in sex and dating. i-D Magazine featured her latest project the “Holy F*ck Salon” based on her popular “Holy F*ck” online column where she digitally gathers people to talk about the intersection of sexuality and spirituality. 

Her film work has been featured in international press from Vogue to Dazed to i-D, New York Times, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, and more.  Her films with Vice have been viewed by millions of people and she was made two feature films that premiered at festivals and were sold. Her web show Be Here Nowish received much acclaim and is featured on Vimeo and Ora TV. She directed a TV pilot for the channel Viceland produced by Spike Jonze. She is currently in development for two new TV shows and directs commercials projects as well.

As a public speaker, event host and community leader, Alexandra has been leading group rituals off and on for the last ten years with a focus on women's healing. Her work with women and healing started with her community organizing of art and filmmaking workshops with organizations such as GEMS, Art Start, Youth in Focus, and Caritas in Italy.

She has completed courses with Gabby Bernstein and Marianne Williamson, and been mentored by multiple coaches, healers and teachers over the years. She has also studied with shamanic practitioners Betsy Bergstrom and Valerie Farr.

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