A Themed Yoga Series
Seeking reliable health information to support you during pregnancy, delivery and after your baby arrives? Want to have a birthing partner join you as you learn about healthy pregnancy tips? Let’s connect over a pot of tea. This series is a safe space for discussion about each stage of your pregnancy, gentle yoga and breathing techniques.
Topics include: Diet and Nutrition, Maintaining Emotional and Physical Health, Postpartum (after birth) Health, Breastfeeding, Building your Birthing Support System and Much More...
Full Series (4 days) with Mother's Day 10% discount
- $170EC (for moms)
- $270EC (for mom + birthing partner)
Register & pay $100EC deposit by Saturday 14th May to receive earn discount.
- $50 (for moms)
- $80 per session (mom + birthing partner)
SUNDAYS IN JUNE 2:00pm-4:00pm
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 thechange programme delivery agendawhich focused on improving outcomes for children, young people and their family.
The past six 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. In 2009 I earned my 200-hr yoga teaching certification through Yoga to the People in New York City, learning from instructors such as Sam Chase and German Bravo. I've also trained with Iyengar teacher Bryan Legere in Ventura, California on the Great Yoga Wall®. 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.
We loved our Sunday afternoon maternity yoga sessions, they were a relaxing way to end the week. It was very informative and really good to meet other new parents to-be, every class was filled with positive energy and good vibes. It was really nice to be able to share the experience with your partner too! Massive thanks to everyone involved in the creation. -Jamie and Amber