Do you want to offer happiness this Christmas?

offer experiences

To make someone really happy and to make sure that the feeling will last longer, offer experiences instead of material things.

offer happiness

House of Happiness is literally the place to start building your own happiness. Among therapies and classes, it's impossible to not find your happy path!

Offer self care

Self-care encourages you to maintain a healthy relationship with yourself so that you can transmit the good feelings to others. Everyone around you also benefits from the renewed energy and joy you exhibit.

offer kindness

The gesture of offering something that represents more than a "thing" also shows our love and good energies to the person we love.

Choose the perfect gift

We give you 3 options, so you can be sure that you will make your loved ones happy! 

30€

gift card

With this amout, your loved one can enjoy:

120€

gift card

With this amout, your loved one can enjoy:

75€

gift card

With this amout, your loved one can enjoy:

Happiness is a gift and the trick is not to expect it, but to delight in it when it comes.” 

 

Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby

Our happy clients say...

"A peaceful spot, surrounded by nature. It's such a joy to practice outdoors and listen to the birds"
Eva
"Wow! What a stunning place! great workshops and yoga practices! The perfect place to be to focus more on your mind, body and soul, ultimately finding a stronger connection with yourself, others and the beautiful land around you."
Peter
"An absolutly stunning, peaceful location with breathtaking surroundings. This is such a lovely place to bring peace to your soul. Pilates with Monica is an absolute joy and I look forward to her classes. She tailors each of the excercises to match your ability and is always aware of how you're doing - pushing you a little bit further if she thinks you can but also suggesting an easier alternative if you're finding an excercise difficult. I can definately recommend House of Happiness and the talented, caring people who work there"
Gill