At Blue House Yoga, we believe your peace is within, and whether you head to the mountains for the best yoga retreat Bali has to offer, choose a unique yoga retreat Europe or join our workplace yoga; our mission is to help you to find tranquillity and strength. We will teach you to create a safe space that is with you wherever you travel, whatever you are doing and whoever you are with and help you discover a place of nurturing, safety and inspiration.
At Blue House Yoga we offer both residential retreats and carefully crafted corporate yoga. Our programs are designed to help you learn how to care for both body and mind. Guests take part in scheduled yoga sessions and meditation and learn breathing techniques that help create a sense of synchronicity and clarity. At the end of our program, you will feel rejuvenated, revitalised and restored.
About Our Corporate Yoga Programs
Workplace yoga is a little different and is expertly crafted to give your employees an experience that fits their environment. At Blue House Yoga we are among the original pioneers of holistic, healthy workplace bonding.
Our corporate yoga regimes are designed to ensure your sessions align with your company’s culture and target the stresses of your employee's experience. Workplace yoga has documented benefits such as reduced stress, reduced blood pressure and reduced lower back pain, as well as an increase in confidence and improved mood.
Contact us for more information on how we can tailor our bespoke corporate yoga programs to you – including visiting you in your offices and working with the equipment you don’t even know you have!
About Our Retreats
Our yoga retreats are expertly tailored to your needs. We offer residential retreats such as our Samastitihi winter retreat, a unique blend of snow and yoga that is truly inspiring. For an alternative backdrop to your experience head to Ubud yoga retreat Bali, set in the beautiful mountains of Northern Bali, and home to the perfect atmosphere to foster tranquillity and inner balance.
Wherever you choose to stay for your retreat you will enjoy a free-form experience, with a blend of planned yoga sessions, opportunity for one-to-one classes and ample time for private meditation. Our residential retreats give you the opportunity to enjoy exquisite local cuisine and understand how to nurture both body and mind.
Our locations are carefully selected to meet a range of needs, whether that’s the beautiful beaches of Ibiza, or being close to top sightseeing, we will help you create a perfectly balanced break.
At Blue House Yoga, we are proud to bring you the opportunity to enjoy unique yoga retreats and to experience the very best of your destination alongside the very best in mental and physical well-being.
Meet Your Instructor
Blue House Yoga was founded by yoga and breathwork teacher Daniela da Silva. Between 2016 and the present, she organized and taught several wellness events per year, working with major brands including Lego, Lonza, MatchesFashion.com, Aman Resorts and Petronas.
Interested in the association between movement, body, and mind and noticing the scientific interested in yoga as an alternative treatment for depression in 2017, Daniela undertook an advanced course in CBT, passing with distinction. In 2018 she decided to pursue a BSc degree in Psychology with a strong emphasis on research methods and statistical analysis not to change careers - but to enhance it. Her plans include researching the effects of altered states of consciousness and yoga practice on tacking trauma.
Between July and September (2019), she leads over 200 private classes for simultaneous niche and diverse public, including world leaders, businesses CEOs and elite athletes, including David and wife Victoria Beckham.
Since 2020, after social distancing, Blue House Yoga became a virtual wellness company. Her latest project was the release of Blue House Yoga Skill for Alexa Dot, a free tool to access yoga classes available on Skype, Telegraph and Google Home. Currently, Daniela da Silva creates online content for different platforms and is working on her final research project for University of Derby.