BAYER COMMUNICATIONS is a New York- and Florida-based consulting company, which conducts corporate seminars and coaches executives towards creating ongoing breakthroughs. It was founded in 1984 by Cary Bayer, and has consulted with such clients as Oscar-winners Alan Arkin (Little Miss Sunshine) and Pietro Scalia (JFK, Black Hawk Down), Emmy-winner Judy Henderson (Homeland), comic/director David Steinberg, Quality Inns, Color Tile and Carpet, Inc. magazine, Felipo Berrio olive oil, Rolls Royce of Moscow, and Wet & Wild theme park, among others.

Prior to founding Bayer Communications, Cary ran the communications program for the New York and Detroit offices of Doyle Dane Bernbach International, at the time the ninth largest advertising agency in the world. During his four-year tenure, the agency’s clients included Volkswagen, IBM, Polaroid, Mobil Oil, and American Airlines, among others.

Cary has led a variety of seminars on Prosperity, Success, Breakthroughs, Creativity, Meditation, Relationships, Communication, Stress Management, and Laughter. He founded the Breakthrough Aerobics Inner Workout. A full-time certified Life and Business Coach since 2001, his Breakthrough Coaching has helped hundreds of people transform limiting patterns into ever-expanding freedom. His Prosperity workshops have helped people throughout the U.S. increase their incomes and savings, reduce debts, sell more successfully, and balance spirituality and money in their lives. His Prana-Sperity breathing technique has helped people and companies achieve extraordinary goals.

He’s appeared on countless TV and radio shows, and authored some three dozen publications. These include: Prosperity Aerobics (in German, as well); Relationships 101;, Conscious Communication, 40 Days to a Happy Life, and the Grow a Rich Massage Business trilogy: Think and Grow a Rich Massage Business, Market and Grow a Rich Massage Business, and Communicate and Grow a Rich Massage Business.

Cary has written about business and marketing topics for such publications as Advertising Age, Adweek and Madison Avenue magazine. His humor has run in Playboy, New York’s Daily News, and the San Francisco Chronicle. His syndicated column, “Life 101,” appears in different wellness publications. His marketing column, “The Marketing Coach” appears in Massage Today, a national publication, as well as in the newsletters of a dozen state massage chapters.

He is a faculty member of Massage Business University. Fourteen of his classes are certified for continuing education credits by the National Certifications Board of Theraputic Massage and Bodywork, and the Florida Board of Massage Therapy.

A Summa Cum Laude graduate from SUNY-Buffalo in English, Cary has an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies from Maharishi International University. He resides in south Florida on the ocean in Hillsboro Beach, and in the mountains of New York State in legendary Woodstock.