Hello, my beautiful friends!

I’m thrilled that you’re here.

For most of my life I’d found my self-worth in service, activity, and accomplishments. But now I’m devoted to living from my truest identity, the sound of my own soul. From CrossFit to six Ironman races, the Boston Marathon, to an Ultramarathon—I’ve stayed on the move. At the time it was thrilling and fulfilling, but deep down I could sense something was missing. I was looking for external achievement to fill an expansive void I was afraid might engulf me if I stood still long enough.

Hello, my beautiful friends!

I'm thrilled that you’re here.

For most of my life I’d found my self-worth in service, activity, and accomplishments. But now I’m devoted to living from my truest identity, the sound of my own soul. From CrossFit to six Ironman races, the Boston Marathon, to an Ultramarathon—I’ve stayed on the move. At the time it was thrilling and fulfilling, but deep down I could sense something was missing. I was looking for external achievement to fill an expansive void I was afraid might engulf me if I stood still long enough.

“I am here to keep becoming truer, more beautiful

versions of myself again and again forever.”

—Glennon Doyle, Untamed

Living in Costa Rica where I can walk to the ocean every day, I’ve never felt more connected to myself. This why I’m spending the rest of my life creating supportive, communal experiences for women to rediscover themselves in the beauty of nature. To find their own path back home to themselves. Everything that you need to keep going is living inside you, sometimes we just need help sifting through the noise. My experiences and offerings are specifically designed for getting quiet so you can listen for the life that’s burning in your soul, a life of limitless imagination. 

 As women, most of our lives are defined by being highly attentive to the needs of others—often at the expense of our own. There’s a time and place for tending to what needs our nurturing care, but there comes a point when our lives ask us to turn inward to uncover what’s next. As an empty nester with the all-of-a-sudden empty calendar, it’s completely normal to feel disoriented, even lost. The void can be daunting, yes—but it’s also an invitation to reconnect with you. It’s time to listen for the intuitive wisdom of your soul because she already knows the way—our task is to lean into the open space and listen.

Vicki Starr - Certified RESET Breathwork Facilitator

"Recalibrating and healing from all of the years

of looking for something beyond myself to define me,

I know now that it’s been right here inside all along."

At 45 years old, I became an empty-nester. My only daughter Jayden left for college four states away—and to be honest, I was excited to watch her begin her life as an adult. I was excited to give her the freedom and support to bloom completely independent of me. This new chapter in Jayden’s life made me reflect on how I didn’t feel that freedom to go off and explore when I was her age because I was too entangled in being a people pleaser. I wanted to make my mother happy, and that meant staying within the confining box she put me in, what she deemed was best for me. I never ventured very far beyond those boundary lines—fear kept me small and contained.

Humbled by all the

feminine love

Katie Cross
Katie Cross
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Vicki’s passion and wealth of knowledge played a huge role in my health journey! She encouraged me to find my “why” and write it out. She explained the long-term effects of not changing my habits and what the future me would look like. She’s nonjudgmental but lovingly honest and I appreciate that about her. I absolutely loved my 9 months of working with her and often think of everything she has taught me!
Therese Pallares
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I appreciate Vicki’s vast knowledge and experience with understanding nutrition and diet as I am experiencing hormonal imbalance and changes. Her help has provided me with life-changing solutions and a genuine desire to understand my body better. I am pleased to have taken the 28-day Nutritional Challenge and still applying her helpful hints as I plan my daily meals.
Britta Vivaldi
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Vicki! When I think of you I think of one of the most selfless individuals I know. The person on the receiving end could be just an acquaintance, but if they’re in need, you’re there. You put the ones you love and their happiness above your own and as many people like to think that they would do they wouldn’t to the degree that you do. I know this isn’t necessarily measurable but it’s you.
Darcy Van Gundy
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Words that I would use to describe you and the impact you’ve had on my life...compassionate and understanding, non-judgmental, focused, approachable, adaptable. Accountability, determination, love, genuine, passion. There are so many things you do well, as a coach, as a friend, as a human. I think as far as your business goes what sets you apart from others is that you genuinely want people to be the best version of themselves, not by your definition, but by theirs, and you are completely supportive in any way you can be to help them get there. You’re good at adapting your approach to people’s needs, wants, and capabilities.
Christine Guzman
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I think you are educated, honest, have tenacity with a heart to help. You are here to help others live a healthier life from the inside out.
Jessica Erceg
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You are one of the most genuine people I know who does want to help everyone (like me)! I think you as a person are dedicated, trustworthy, helpful, thoughtful, caring, smart, and I could go on...
Lindsay Leahy
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One of your strengths is being able to clearly and objectively explain things to people. Very caring and supportive of anyone who wants/needs it. You are meant to be here and do this. Now.
Gianna Pray
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I think you have many strengths but some that stand out to me are women's empowerment through physical strength. You shine a very bright light for women with mind, body, and soul. Mind for the mental game of healthy living. Body for workout options, being from simple to complex, home, to gym, and so on. And soul for also having a positive outlook in the experience regardless of the difficulty and being both aware and vulnerable to the truths of goal-reaching
Doreen Genmark
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As a former athlete, I have always been a firm believer in the power of our own body and mind. What powerful tools they are and that when used and treated well can help us accomplish our dreams and goals. But I didn't know to what extent until I started working with Vicki. Through breathwork, reviewing what I fed my body, she helped me take it to a whole new level. I was skeptical and tried it more to be nice. I had no idea how powerful and moving it was. I thought I knew, but now I know. IT CHANGED MY LIFE when I learned how to breathe and use that to heal my soul and body. I can better and quicker guide my body back to calmness, or what I call my safe place - changing how I now move with people and challenges.