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MaterniTea - For Pregnant Women & Their Loved Ones

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For most women, even if you already have children, pregnancy and birth comes with a whole range of emotions. We designed this workshop series to support you through all the stages of your pregnancy, so that you are better prepared to handle whatever comes up.

We invite you to bring your partner or a loved one at no extra cost so that they can learn about childbirth and how to support you. 

"I did the Maternitea Series with my partner and highly recommend it specially for first time mothers, we loved it. It was very informative and it really helped us to expect the unexpected. The gentle yoga routine make a huge difference when lower back pain time reached. Walking in the first session I went from nervous to joyful in no time and the Tea in Maternitea is no joke... I highly recomend the lemon grass juice. Thanks Malaika and Rawlda for making a difference in Grenada Prenatal care. Blessings."  - Aixa



  • An understanding of what to expect at each stage of pregnancy, labor and delivery.
  • Gentle yoga to build strength, release tension and ease discomfort
  • More confidence in your body's ability
  • Simple breathing techniques to ease anxiety and create calm sustained energy
  • A deeper support network with fellow parents and professional instructors



  • Normal labor, birth, and early postpartum period
  • Healthy Lifestyle 
  • Cultivating Emotional Balance
  • Positioning for Labor & Birth
  • Pain relief techniques
  • Breastfeeding
  • And so much more! 


This is a five (5) week program from February 3rd - March 3rd

2:00pm - 4:30pm
Spice Harmony Yoga Studio
Calivigny, St. George
(above Dr. Lowe's Office) 


To make MaterniTea available to as many people as possible, we are introducing sliding pricing. Sliding scale pricing requires trust, openness and honest reflection.

The full price is $250EC* for all 5 Sessions ($50 per session)

*If this sounds like too much for your budget. We suggest a contribution of no less than $125EC ($25 per session) if you are in need of financial flexibility. 

Questions? Call or Whatapp Malaika 473-410-5271 or


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Malaika Brooks-Smith-Lowe
Yoga Therapist & Doula (Birth Companion) 

The past eight years as a yoga teacher have expanded my vision for what is possible. My intention as I teach is to build supportive, safe spaces for fellow students of life, to explore their own possibilities. Social justice is at the heart of my work, I believe firmly that individual transformation and healing is deeply connected to collective growth. My teaching draws on vinyasa, hatha, and restorative styles. I am an advanced teacher of therapeutic yoga (500hr). 

My parents are Purna and Kripalu yoga teachers respectively, and together we co-founded Spice Harmony Yoga Studio in Grenada. Everyone comes to the mat with a unique set of life experiences, in a unique body. My work is as a facilitator, a guide as each student unlocks their own set of tools and steps into the fullness of their being.


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Rawlda George
Pregnancy Educator & Retired Midwife

Rawlda George was born in Richmond, St Andrew on the beautiful island of Grenada. She emigrated to England in 1971 at the tender age of 19 to pursue a career in Nursing. Rawlda attended Dartford & Gravesham School of Nursing where she qualified as a Registered General Nurse(RGN) in 1975 and Registered Midwife(RM) in 1977.  She attended West London Institute of Higher Education where she qualified as a Public Health Practitioner in 1987. 

Rawlda also pursued a diploma in counselling at Westminster Pastoral Foundation in 1992 and went on to pursue post-graduate studies completing a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in the dual disciplines ofPsychology & Sociology at the University of Westminster, London in 1996

Having pursued nursing as a career for the past 42 years, Rawlda was able to amass a wealth of skills, knowledge and expertise in general nursing, midwifery and public health.  She spent 25 years as a public health practitioner supporting communities and providing a comprehensive service to women and their families in the ante-natal, post-natal and early childhood periods.

The last 5 years of her professional career Rawlda worked for the London Borough of Newham, Children and Families Department implementing integrated working across the children’s workforce within a geographical area.  This role enabled her to support the change programme delivery agenda which focused on improving outcomes for children, young people and their family.