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Inbodhi

We are transforming...

We are transforming...

It's Yoga Brighton, Fuerteventura, Firenze, Tallinn and Egadi are becoming Inbodhi - A Yoga Circle. Please bear with us as we update this website :)

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Inbodhi - A Yoga Circle is a family! All our trainers and facilitators have been through at least the same training and as such share the same philosophy and love for the practice - each one with their own unique contributions of course!

Our mission is to hold the space for you to find your own way to transformation through breath and movement as well as all the other tools yoga has to offer.
Lena Younes
Director | Trainer

Certified as an E-RYT500 facilitator and trainer, Lena's It's Yoga story

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Caro Glaser
Facilitator | TT Assistant

In her early twenties, Caro made her first experiences with Yoga.

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Rachel McDermott
Facilitator

Rachel's yoga journey began nearly 20 years ago

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Itzi Castaño
Facilitator

Itzi was born in Spain, one year after graduating from University

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Shyara Cheesmur
Facilitator

Shyara’s journey towards becoming a yoga teacher started in 2000

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The Magic of It's Yoga Trainings

If you've already committed to one of our trainings this year, I hope this allows you to feel the excitement about the journey ahead. If you're playing with the idea of joining us for a training, I hope this will bring a little clarity and help you work out whether Inbodhi is what you're looking for. And if you've already completed a training with us, I hope that this will inspire you to keep practicing, keep breathing, and when you're ready, join us for the next steps of this amazing trip.

by Lena Younes

The Silent Revolution

Have you ever wondered what this yoga thing is really about? Sure, we know we're bringing our bodies into strange shapes, breathing a whole lot and many of us like going upside down. We also know that the yoga we practice orinated in India, is rooted in the Vedic philosophical system, and stimulates both our energetic and nervous system. But why are we so drawn to it?

by Lena Younes