Nisarga began his journey towards learning massage, breathing and healing work by learning Pranayama (yogic breathing) at a yoga school in Warsaw in 1998. In 2005, his spiritual quest and interest in deep inner healing brought him to the OSHO International Meditation Centre in Pune, India, for the first time, where he discovered revolutionary breathing therapies and meditation techniques. They were being taught by the deceased Indian master Osho and his students. The desire to learn and to deeply understand the human body and its language led Nisarga to the roots of the work on the integration of mind, body and spirit.
Over the next 10 years he travelled to many places around the world – in Asia, Europe and America – where he lived, studied and practiced various techniques of breath work and bodywork, as well as meditation techniques, starting with Zen, through branches such as Sufi, Tao, Buddhism and Tantra, ending with master Osho’s teachings.
Since then, he has become a full-fledged therapist and trainer of bodywork, specialising in such bodywork techniques as: Biodynamic Breath work & Trauma Release System®, Myofascial Energetic Release and Lomi Lomi Nui massage.
In 2012 Nisarga became co-founder and director of the Integral Body Institute. Since then, Nisarga has also begun to popularise his knowledge through the Body Awareness Institute he founded in Estonia. He also offers training on bodywork and breath work in Bali and Turkey.
Everything he does shows his love for people. Nisarga shares his knowledge both through individual sessions as well as group classes. Serving people and supporting them on their way to healing and inner development is a source of great joy and fulfilment for him. He is deeply grateful and honoured to be able to help and train thousands of people over the years. He admires his clients and students for their great courage, their strength and will to work on themselves.
Nisarga considers the human body a temple that deserves to be treated with the utmost respect and admiration. Thanks to this, his work reaches a level of true craftsmanship, the basis of which consists of the desire to understand and to trust the body’s infinite ability to self-regulate and self-heal.