Meditation Classes

One-to-one guidance 

Individual guidance for greater self-awareness

We learn meditation for different reasons. Sometimes we need to relieve stress, or give our minds a pause; we may seek to feel at peace, or simply develop greater awareness.

Our one-to-one meditation sessions are guided by Adiba, who brings years of meditation practice, her knowledge of the benefits of different techniques, and her intuitive style to meet your intention. Her method draws on mindfulness, compassion meditation, visualisations and gentle self-inquiry, combining meditation guidance and if appropriate, conversation.

Her sessions are suitable for beginners looking to learn meditation or those already familiar with it who are looking for greater self-understanding. They are confidential and take place online.

As each grain of sand is unique and exquisite, meditation helps us discover the same qualities in our nature when we take a closer look.

Image from transparent sea shell with grain of sand inside

About Adiba

Adiba - Founder Inhere online meditation classes leader

Adiba experienced her first meditation lesson 15 years ago on a hilltop in Asia where she was asked to observe a tree for an hour. Since then she deepened her meditation practice and wrote about the scientific research on how the brain and body respond to meditation, before launching Inhere in May 2017.

She combines meditation techniques from different traditions with intuitive self-inquiry to create a safe space for finding stillness and exploring our nature.

Adiba has brought meditation to schools, offices, and audiences around the globe with Inhere’s meditation classes, talks, and bespoke meditation pods.

"Got deeper and more connected than ever could have hoped for meditating on my own"


"I loved and enjoyed the entire session... I genuinely really benefitted and would definitely recommend to others"


"Perfect balance between thoughtful guidance and silence in the session. Thank you"


"Meditating can be quite daunting as how do you not think about anything? However, Adiba quickly taught me some easy meditation techniques that I could use anywhere - even on the train into work. I'd been trying to get pregnant for over a year and after a month of using Adiba's techniques I finally got pregnant. Obviously, I can't say it was down to the meditation but I definitely felt the benefits of taking a few minutes out a day to reflect and to check in."


Co-Founder, Being Mum Festival

Frequently Asked Questions

1. I can't stop my mind from thinking: how can I meditate?

If you can't stop your mind from thinking, you're not alone. You'll soon find that practicing meditation is not about "stopping thinking", as our minds tend to continuously bring up thoughts. While meditating we learn to watch the thoughts as they come and go, and so we create a little distance between ourselves and our thoughts. With practice we find that while we notice them, we are no longer consumed by them.

2. I have never tried meditation - is a private session a good idea?

Yes, one-to-one guidance gives you a chance to discuss your meditation training experience step by step, understand more of the theory, and delve deeper as you start to develop your meditation skills.

3. Do I need any props or any special outfit to join a class?

You don't need any special outfit to meditate. There are no props required, just find a comfortable place where you can sit relatively straight, and be undisturbed for the duration of the class. 

4. I meditate regularly - why should I join a meditation class?

Regular meditators find that they benefit from the different styles of guidance from different teachers. Sometimes when we practice on our own we tend to follow the same flow of meditation, so it's refreshing to try different techniques to enhance our practice. Some people also find that the live connection and discussion with the teacher deepens their practice.

5. Is meditation the same as mindfulness?

No. Meditation practice makes use of deep contemplation to enhance our awareness and understanding. Mindfulness is the state of being fully present to the moment, on purpose, without judgement. There are many different types of meditation, and one of the most common these days is mindfulness meditation - when we meditate to develop the quality of mindfulness. Almost all of our classes integrate mindfulness meditation, however all the teachers also combine other techniques and styles of meditation in the classes.