and information pointing to Victor Gagliardi’s friends.
Find a bookseller near you that carries Victors’ work.
A Turning Point, with Victor Gagliardi, conducted by Zara Larson of Jolt Radio, Tucson, Arizona.
CLICK HERE to listen to an interview with Victor Gagliardi about his new book, Opening Up, conducted by
Zara Larson of Jolt Radio, Tucson, Arizona.
Terah is a good friend that makes beautiful words and imagescome together in E-Cards, cards, books, and art pieces.
The Lowen Foundation has been formed to honor and enhance Dr. Alexander Lowen’s work by preserving and making easily available his teachings and beliefs about Bioenergetics, a mind-body therapy.
Bioenergetics Press is a publisher of psychology and psychotherapy books and articles
Gary Gagliardi is an internationally-known strategic trainer, award-winning author and a world leading authority on the classical strategy of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War.
Dr. Zara Larsen heads The Larsen Group: Architects of Change, a private consulting firm dedicated to helping others unleash potential through transformational change and does a great radio talk show in Tucson.Listen to her shows, she did 2 interviews with me.
Peter Lukic has been the design architect of all our Books, Cards Boxes,
Moon River Mother and Child is THE HUB of activities for Moms and their little ones in Rockland County, NY. Music Together classes build on a child’s natural enthusiasm for music and movement.
Sonalee’s Dance Studio is a Professional Bollywood Dance Training School that is dedicated to the various dance techniques of Bollywood. The training consists of classic Bollywood dance mixed with Western fusion techniques.
Neither snow nor rain nor snickers from students can keep John Votta, 67, from his self-appointed rounds as the unofficial traffic cop of the east side of Washington Square, which he calls a hazardous stretch where distracted New York University students rushing to class ignore speeding cars, trucks and cabs.One recent weekday, Victor Gagliardi, a photographer from Nyack, N.Y., stopped on the street to listen to Mr. Votta for perhaps 20 minutes. “He’s not crazy — he’s performing a real service,” he said. “Listen, everyone has to have a purpose in life.”