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Watercolour Logo for Silver Island Yoga


 Silver Island is a privately owned island in the Aegean sea offering our guests an exclusive Greek yoga retreat experience. We look forward to welcoming you to our island paradise



Aerial view of Silver Island Yoga

Situated to the north east of Athens and a few miles from the mainland, Silver Island is 60 acres of gently rolling hills, small idyllic coves, ancient old olive groves, wildflowers and cypress trees. The island is surrounded by the crystal blue Agean with glorious views every way you turn. Silver Island is truly a magical place to practice the art and joy of yoga. A place you can unwind and merge with nature and self.


Our week-long yoga retreats run from Sunday through to Saturday from mid-April through to Mid October.


The retreat is all-inclusive, and the per-person price is based on whichever room you choose. 

The main house entrance at Sivler Island Yoga
Hemera Room Balcony and view

We have 6 rooms to choose from on Silver Island. The majority of them can be set up as twin beds or doubles with one room set aside for single occupancy.

You can book a single bed in a room (to share with another guest), book both if you are travelling with a partner or friend or book the room all to yourself. We have plenty of options to chose from.


Each of our Greek yoga retreats is hosted by a carefully hand-picked teacher. Every teacher brings with them a different style and way of teaching and most of them have been with us since we started.

Please browse through our list of teachers and chose the one that resonates most with you.

Yoga on Silver Island Yoga
Sisters, Lissa & Claire Christie who run and own Silver Island Yoga in Greece


Silver Island has been our family home for over 60 years, and we, sisters Claire and Lissa Christie, started Silver Island Yoga in 2013 with the vision to create a self sustainable, off-grid, untouched and grounded in nature retreat, in tune to the essence of the island.  To share our home and hearts with all those who seek out the island for generations to come

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