Welcome to Basmoreno.com, you home for holistic online self-care for Social Workers and Mental Health Professionals using. If you like poetry and/or Zumba, Bas City Entertainment LLC is the place to be. Basiliso is the author of Triumph Through Pain: How to Maximize Your Full Potential During Hard Times.
Your home to book Zumba classes!!!
Bas City Entertainment, LLC was established in October 2020. Prior to the pandemic, Basiliso was teaching Zumba classes in person in his hometown of the Bronx, NY. Routines will feature the sounds of Hip Hop, R&B, Reggaeton, Salsa and Bachata.
Basiliso is a Licensed Masters Level Social Worker in Delaware. A veteran of the social services field for over 20 years, Basiliso founded BasCity Entertainment LLC to give back to the social work community. As previously mentioned Basiliso focuses on the self care of social workers and mental health professionals using poetry and monthly Zumba classes.
As seen on WMDT 47 ABC, Basiliso is the author of Triumph Through Pain: How to Maximize Your Full Potential During Hard Times. They say Death is common to all and no matter who you are, where you come from or what is in your bank account, we all experience death in some shape, form or fashion. When death comes through like a thief in the night, how will you be prepared? Many cope differently with death and when all options are limited, what do you do to ease your anxiety while experiencing constant trauma? See latest TV interview on Thanksgiving 2022: https://www.wmdt.com/2022/11/triumph-through-pain/
Bas Moreno is a social worker who was faced with this same dilemma when his mother died suddenly. Poetry became his outlet, and the pen and pad helped soothe his hurt while the whole world was going mad.
This book aims to help anyone who is facing something similar and who needs an outlet to release and begin to thrive instead of simply surviving. Despite losses, this book will teach you how to have the will to achieve your goals and continue to build your legacy. Get your copy of Triumph Through Pain, How to Maximize Your Full Potential During Hard Times.
I miss my mom every day since her passing on May 3rd, 2020.