from me to you: welcome to starlike
for the Casual Mover
Casual mover is someone who appreciates the incredible benefits of regular movement, but does not feel the need to live like a pro athlete.
Starlike is where I share carefully created, comprehensive classes that will make you a connected mover and efficient human. My priority is long term sustainability - healthy joints, functional endurance, and full body strength.
the combination of
different styles and lengths of the class will fit your lifestyle, while keeping
the on demand library has content that will empower you both on and off the mat
library includes beginners, morning, short, yoga and pilates series
3 new classes weekly
a group chat for members where you can share experiences and request classes
ask me to help keep you accountable and consistent
I keep the classes short and sweet, so they fit snugly into your life
classes range from 10 to 45 minutes
Your classes are so well structured, while providing options for wide ranges of skills. What I really appreciate is the relaxed and non-intimidating nature of the classes - it makes it all such a postive experience and makes me keep coming back.
In the past I have found
exercise to be a chore that I dreaded. It’s so different now that you showed me how to workout well, it helped to shift my mindset and change my lifestyle.
Your confidence in your knowledge makes me feel safe in your virtual hands. I appriciate how you share all that you know so freely to help make us stronger and confident.
do you love how movement makes you feel,
but struggle to make time for it regularly?
I hear you. Remember that no matter what expectations we have been conditioned to put on ourselves, your movement practice - whatever it is - needs to work for you.
I often talk about the importance of understanding that moving is non-negotiable. Our body survives on it, just like it does on eating or sleeping. However, movement does not have to be long hours at gym every day until you collapse. Exhausting yourself is not equal to quality, moving intelligently is.
That’s why I put so much emphasis on moving beyond aesthetics - I am sure you have at some point experienced that what makes us look “good” does not always feel great.
I haven't done these types of classes before!
How do I know it's for me?
I can't even touch my toes...
How do I get started?
Two most basic things are a device to watch the classes on and space. Since you are reading this now I think it's safe to assume you're good on the first component. Space wise, find somewhere that would fit a yoga mat (real or imaginary), so approximately 60cm x 180cm.
Where do I find the classes?
Once you join you will be able to access all the videos in the "Library" tab.
How do I practice in my own time?
Being able to move whenever you want to is a great thing, HOWEVER as we all know, it can be a trap. We start with the best of intentions, but over time it's hard to stay consistent.