Rebekah Irvine continues her entrepreneurial journey by opening StarCycle to offer inspiration in health and fitness.
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Rebekah Irvine’s clients leave her salon, Bex and Co, feeling beautiful, inspired, ready to take action and with a deeper craving for life. Irvine loves that by becoming an entrepreneur, she has found opportunities to make life better for herself, her clients and her friends. “I can touch so many people simply by creating a safe place for employees and clients alike,” she says. Now Irvine and her husband are extending their reach to offer inspiration in health and fitness as they open StarCycle in Cedar Park, Texas this winter. “Part of being inclusive is offering child care so everyone has the opportunity to show up,” Irvine says. “Put simply: It’s a 45-minute, beat-driven cycling class in a dark, candlelit room with no technology—no computers, no ranking system. We don’t compete against each other. We support and empower each other.” Find out what Irvine is up to next by following her on Instagram: @alsoknownasbex.