About Christina Jones

Classes are taught by Christina Jones. She has practised and shared yoga’s teachings for the last 20 years,  is a TSYP and BWY accredited teacher and a CNHC registered yoga therapist.

Christina teaches people of all ages, whether one to one or in small groups. She also offers therapeutic yoga in the community and  teaches pregnant women, residents in care homes ( participants here are aged up to 103!) and children in schools. Offering yoga in the workplace has included teaching staff at Defra for many years.

Training healthcare professionals in utilising yoga techniques for stress reduction, resilience and self-care has become a dedicated focus for Christina and she has delivered workshops and courses for staff at Ashford and St Peter’s hospitals, junior doctors at Kingston Hospital, and for the staff at two children’s hospices. She has developed a training course along with her colleague, Bea Teuten, which they have both delivered to student nurses on the Foundation Year of the University of Surrey nursing degree course.

Christina also works in mentoring yoga teachers and those in training.


All forms of teaching and training can  be discussed and arranged directly with Christina by emailing christina@yoga-flow.com or calling 07980 680 764.

Training and Qualifications

Christina has undergone 2 teacher trainings, first qualifying with Yoga Alliance in 2006 and as a yoga therapist with TSYP in 2015. She trained in 2008 to teach pregnancy and mother & baby yoga with The British Wheel of Yoga, under the tutelage of Judy Cameron, a yoga teacher and midwife, and Wendy Teasdil, author of Yoga for Pregnancy.

Always eager to learn and experience more on the path of true yoga, in 2010 Christina discovered and embraced the classical teachings of the Krishnamacharya lineage, which breathed new life into her teaching and her own personal practice. In July 2015, she completed 1,000 hours of training in yoga teaching and yoga therapy on the BWY accredited TSYP course, which is rooted in traditionally pure and authentic yoga practices. Her training in yoga and yoga therapy is ongoing, with close links to the Chennai faculty.


Blossom image: Matthew Cornwell