Welcome to Soul Requirements!

My name is Zoë Flowers and I am writer, poet, playwright, certified Reiki Master and Intuitive Reader.

Soul Requirements is everything I love under one roof!! Here you will find information about my books, plays, healing services and more.

Enjoy and embrace your soul requirements!



I offer a variety of workshops and consulting services which are designed to help you remove the road blocks to being the best you ever. I provide a wide range of trainings in the fields of domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault prevention and healing. I also coordinate wellness retreats for advocates and community members.


In addition to doing reiki treatments, reiki practioner trainings, tarot readings and house blessings I also provide consultation on meditation, creating sacred spaces and setting up an ancestral altars. My work is about finding out what makes your soul sing. I want to help you uncover your Soul’s Requirements!


I create theatrical productions that promote meaningful experiences for people of all ages and diverse backgrounds. I love collaborating with like minded community based and corporate partners that are working for social change. I make art that opens dialogue and brings people together.

Meet Zoë


Meet Zoë

Zoë Flowers is an author, poet, actress, Reiki Master and seasoned domestic violence expert. Zoë teaches poetry and theatre at an arts based high school in Brooklyn, NY. Her poetry can be found in Stand Our Ground; Poems for Trayvon Martin and Marissa Alexander, and Dear Sister: Letters From Survivors of Sexual Assault and several online journals. Dirty Laundry: Women of Color Speak up about Dating & Domestic Violence emerged from interviews Zoë conducted with survivors of domestic and sexual violence. From Ashes to Angel’s Dust: A Journey Through Womanhood (FA2AD) is a ChoreoDrama that uses monologues; poetry and vignettes to breathe life into the original stories shared in Dirty Laundry and includes new stories about racism, same sex violence, body image and the journey to self-love. Zoë wrote, produces, directs and acts in the powerful ensemble piece, which has had a number of successful performances across the country.

With almost fifteen years of experience in the domestic violence field, Zoë worked at several state domestic violence coalitions where she provided training and technical assistance to local and state domestic violence programs and community partners across the country. Zoë also collaborates with the Joyful Heart Foundation as a holistic healing practitioner for their survivor retreat program and continues to work on behalf women of color advocates, survivors and their families at the Women of Color Network.

Zoë has appeared on National Public Radio, works nationally and has spoken internationally on the issue of domestic violence. In 2014, Zoë launched Soul Requirements, which combines artistic projects, domestic violence expertise, and her holistic healing practice. Her first book of poetry Sex, War and The Girl is due to be released in 2016 and she will appear in the documentary, Sacred Women of The Anti- Violence Movement that same year. Zoë will also be presenting on the issue sexual assault and women of color at Yale University’s Fearless Conference on April 9th 2016.




Like many young women, I found myself in an unhealthy relationship in my early twenties. My experience with the relationship, police and criminal justice system motivated me to become a catalyst for change.

I decided to write a book because there seemed to be no books that spoke to women like me at the time. However, I didn’t just want to tell my own story. I wanted to know about other women’s experiences.

I began interviewing and chronicling the stories of friends, family and strangers. Dirty Laundry: Women of Color Speak up about Dating & Domestic Violence, was the book that emerged from those conversations.







I create theatrical productions that promote meaningful experiences for people of all ages and diverse backgrounds. Our company uses the arts and educational workshops as a vehicle for creating safe spaces for womyn and men across the country to explore numerous social issues.


As someone who has had readings before from numerous proclaimed mediums and pyshics all of whom have had a success rate of 50% at most (even one who is well known and associated with a television show), I can say that Zoe is the real deal. Everything she has told me has either come to pass or steered me in

Since our gathering, I've been very observant of those around me and without judgement or critique,

Since I left your place I stopped speaking to two of my men friends, started speaking to a relative who I was upset with, started an application for grad school after being indecisive for 6 months, and shaved my head…so…um just sayin!

I was surprised because as she told me what she did I could relate it back to things that were going on with me.

She began to tell me about my different Chakras and what work she had done on me. 


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