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Flowers on Saturn

When it comes to living healthy lives, our minds tend to default to time spent in the gym or prepping the perfect green smoothie. However, the importance of mental, and emotional health cannot be understated. Flowers on Saturn aims to serve as a place that tends to these needs, while simultaneously providing a safe space to discuss all aspects of health and ultimately a place for customers to simply relax. You can’t help but want to stay awhile as soon as you step in the door.

A recently completed courtyard allows customers a place to grab a cup of tea and spend time working, reading, or meditating outdoors. Additionally, the shop and courtyard host Flowers on Saturn’s Goddess gatherings, classes, and book clubs. The owners, Kat Merryfield and Emily Kapowski, invite individuals, groups, and other local businesses to utilize these intentionally created spaces as well. 

Merryfield and Kapowski have an aura about them that is comforting, safe, and inviting. They model complete transparency in all things and highlight that everything about their shop design and aesthetic were completed entirely by women and that all items in the shop including: crystals, skin-care products, chocolates, jewelry, tea, books, and more are by women-owned brands. 

Flowers on Saturn has also launched a monthly self-care Goddess box. For only $45 a month, customers are invited to enjoy a specially curated selection of goods each month. Outside of the monthly Goddess gatherings, these intentionally created boxes provide an opportunity for those who feel more comfortable at home or discussing their journeys in a more private setting. 

Merryfield and Kapowski’s stories as individuals and as business partners on this journey are incredibly powerful; I found myself encouraging them to write a book or start a podcast to get their voices heard. You can’t help but be inspired by women who empower other women to find comfort within themselves and with each other. Furthermore, the simple, yet profound act of using the word ritual instead of routine, and the belief that well-being and self-care go hand-in-hand, add to the intention with which they not only conduct their business but also their lives. 

At a time when social media and society can heighten insecurities, create false narratives about self-care, and women in shared spaces, Flowers on Saturn is breaking barriers without apology. So, the next time you are on or around Cowart Street, stop by Flowers on Saturn and stay awhile. 

Learn more about Flowers on Saturn at: flowersonsaturn.com.

At a time when social media and society can heighten insecurities, create false narratives about self-care, and women in shared spaces, Flowers on Saturn is breaking barriers without apology.

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