Nisarga Eryk Dobosz
Co-Founder & Director of the Integral Body Institute in Poland, Course Facilitator BBTRS Trainings
- Poland (Kielce)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: +48662382453
- Whatsapp: +48662382453
- Skype: eryk77
- Website: www.healing-institute.com
Nisarga began his journey with breathwork and healing practising Pranayama (yogic breathing) at a yoga studio in Warsaw, Poland in 1998. Guided by his spiritual search and interest in deep inner healing he first came to the OSHO International Meditation Center in Pune, India in 2005 where he discovered the revolutionary breath therapies and meditations taught by the late Indian Master Osho and his disciples. His motivation to learn about and deeply understand the human body and its language took him to the sources of integrated mind-body-spirit work. He continued travelling and living around the world for the next 10 years, studying and practising various breathwork, bodywork and meditation techniques from the Zen, Sufi, Tao, Buddhist, Tantra and Osho traditions in Asia, Europe and America.
He has since established himself as a bodywork therapist and trainer, specialising in the Biodynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release System®, Myofascial Energetic Release bodywork and Lomi Lomi Nui massage. In 2013, Nisarga co-founded and became the director of the Integral Body Institute in Poland, offering workshops and trainings in these modalities. He has since expanded his teaching through the Body Awareness Institute which he founded in Estonia and he also offers bodywork and breathwork trainings in Bali and Turkey.
His passion for people shines through everything he does – giving individual sessions or working with groups of trainees – Nisarga finds great joy and fulfilment being of service by supporting others on their journeys of healing and self-development. He feels incredibly grateful and privileged to have treated and trained thousands of people over the years and admires his clients and students for their great courage, strength and willingness to work on themselves.