His current experiments include running the Alternative Store, a lifestyle shop, along side Going OM, a chill-out café & bar, and Starlight Alchemy. You may sometimes catch him gleefully observing people bewildered at fast-moving colourful lights or gasping at the sight of huge fire balls! He plays poi and breaths fire.
Her passion for dance was fused together with blinky lights and sizzling fire after watching fire dancing in 2002, leading to the present day quirky, entertaining, sensuous performer. She plays with palm torches, fire belt, fans, staff and any other toys that go VOOM! Other skills include hosting events and inhaling caffeine.
He challenges and motivates the group, while sacrificing his house and his shop as Starlight Alchemy’s HQ. During the week, Johari is one of Singapore’s most illustrious perfumer who runs Sifr Aromatics.
A grease monkey that spends his days repairing military vehicles. Khaliq transforms when night begins, and brightens up the night with his skilful poi moves. He is also our go-to handy man, who enjoys assembling and building artworks for Starlight Alchemy.
On the path to becoming a full-fledged costume designer, Lizzie loves experimenting with fabrics and pattern making while spending countless hours hiding in her sewing room, drinking copious amounts of coffee. Lizzie performs with levitation wand, hula hoop, poi, fans and swords. When Lizzie is not performing, she holds a weekly hula-hoop workshops, Hoop Flow Sessions.
She began training intensively in L-shaped acrobatics (acroyoga) in 2012, and now performs and teaches regularly. She also plays poi and hoop. Sophia lives for literature, glitter and rainbows, and is on a mission to hug all the alpacas she can find.
Tobias has been heavily involved in flow arts since 2004. After exploring various paths like Poi, Staff and Contact Juggling, he now specialises in partner acrobatics with Sophia. He is fascinated with mixing various creative strands to assemble unique displays of motion, strength and grace through acrobatic yoga. When he’s not running a whole house filled with random hippies, he organises weekly acrobatic yoga sessions for the local community, Acroyoga Singapore.