About – Inhere Meditation Studio

About

Inhere gives you the space to stop, pause and hear yourself again.

We are London’s first drop-in meditation studio. We launched in the City in 2017 and are opening our brand new studio in Fitzrovia this year.

We aim to give everyone the chance to develop a healthy relationship with their mind. Which means offering people the opportunity, the time and the space to tune out the noise of daily life. 

We've introduced custom-built meditation pods so people all over the country can experience what it’s like to stop and listen. You can rest. You can think. You can do whatever it is you need to find stillness and focus on you. 

We also run private meditation and mindfulness classes in workplaces and venues of your choosing.

To "Inhere" is to "exist within".

Founders​​​

Meet Adiba & Ghazal

After years of living in London with a business career, Adiba noticed the lack of spaces in the city where we can go to create space in our minds. She experienced her first meditation lesson on a mountaintop in Asia where she was asked to observe a tree for an hour. Since then she resolved to create a space in the city that facilitates meditation and self-inquiry. She developed her own practice for 12 years and wrote about the scientific research on how the brain and body respond to meditation, writing her blog Bidushi before launching Inhere’s first  studio in 2017.

Inhere brings together her love of beautiful spaces, busy cities, the science of the mind and the wonder of sitting in silence.

Ghazal is a neuroscientist and nutritionist from King’s College London with a belief in the positive effects a meditation practice can have on our mental and physical wellbeing. After a year in LA where she experienced the benefits of regularly practicing in the meditation studios there, she identified a need for such places in London where she and her peers could go to develop greater stillness, awareness and insight. She is currently researching the role of mindfulness in relation to eating behaviours with King’s College London.

Ghazal is also qualified breathwork instructor, trained by renowned LA-based healer David Elliott. She is passionate about bringing together the best teachers and guides devoted to wellbeing, for the benefit of all of who visit Inhere.

Meet Adiba & Ghazal

Adiba is Managing Director of Inhere.  Having read philosophy at Oxford University, she was leading a business career in London for 10 years, when she first noticed the lack of spaces in the city where we can go to create space in our minds. 

She experienced her first meditation lesson on a mountaintop in Asia where she was asked to observe a tree for an hour. Since then she resolved to create a space in the city that facilitates contemplation and self-inquiry. She developed her own practice for 12 years and wrote about the scientific research on how the brain and body respond to meditation, writing her blog Bidushi before launching Inhere’s first studio in May 2017.

Inhere brings together her love of beautiful spaces, busy cities, the science of the mind and the wonder of sitting in silence.

Ghazal is a neuroscientist and nutritionist from King’s College London with a belief in the positive effects a meditation practice can have on our mental and physical wellbeing. After a year in LA where she experienced the benefits of regularly practicing in the meditation studios there, she identified a need for such places in London where she and her peers could go to develop greater stillness, awareness and insight. She has led research into the role of mindfulness in relation to eating behaviours with King’s College London.

Ghazal is also qualified breathwork instructor, trained by renowned LA based healer David Elliott. She is passionate about bringing together the best teachers and guides devoted to wellbeing, for the benefit of all of who visit Inhere.