This month, we are featuring two businesses near Roy’s main street: Scooter’s Coffee at 1871 W. 5300 S., and Bloom Women’s Center at 1825 W. 4400 S.
Scooter’s Coffee, a national franchise that began more than 20 years ago, opened its first Utah location in Roy in 2014. Scooter’s offers a huge variety of delicious drinks. You can choose from hot chocolate, mocha, cappuccino, coffee, espresso, cider, tea, smoothies, and lattes – many are available hot, iced, or frozen. They can transform your favorite candy bar into a “blender.” Breakfast food items include delicious burritos, bagel sandwiches, oatmeal, homemade muffins, and bread. Every first Thursday morning for the next few months, you can come inside and have “Coffee with a Cop”. Ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in your neighborhood (and coffee is half price during the event). M-F 5:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sat 6 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Bloom Women’s Center
Opened in February 2019, Bloom Women’s Center offers a “community of resources for experienced support of pregnancy and motherhood.” Bloom offers a variety of restorative yoga classes, including the following: Therapeutic Rest & Restore Yoga, After Bedtime Yoga, and a Prenatal Yoga Series. Other classes teach what to expect with a newborn or provide information about babywearing (carrying a baby in a sling). Discussion/support groups are available at the center. Both Shannon Shepherd and Jennifer Shepherd are Certified Placenta Arts Specialist (APPA). Bloom is noted for its placenta encapsulation services. Shannon is a trained hypno doula (a trained professional who provides physical, emotional, and informational support to a mother before, during, and shortly after childbirth to help her achieve the healthiest, most satisfying experience possible) and serves on the board of The Mothers’ Nest. Bloom Women’s Center is “always open.”
These two new businesses are welcome additions to Roy City! We are excited to have both businesses call Roy home, and are eager for their continued involvement in the community.