Purpose of this Blog

Rob Gutro is an author, paranormal investigator and medium with Inspired Ghost Tracking of Maryland. Since he was a child he could receive messages from ghosts or spirits (who have crossed over). *He wrote the books "Pets and the Afterlife," "Pets and the Afterlife 2," "Ghosts and Spirits" and "Lessons Learned from Talking to the Dead," "Ghosts of England on a Medium's Vacation," and "Kindred Spirits" to teach others how ghosts and Spirits communicate with the living and to give proof of the afterlife. As a scientist, he also provides some scientific explanations about how energy is the baseline for the afterlife and the medium that entities use to communicate. *NOTE -Rob doesn't do this full time*

Monday, April 29, 2019

Tuesday's Inteview at 1 pm EDT: Rob Talks Energy and Paranormal on BIZI YOGA Radio

On Tuesday, April 30 at 1pm EDT, Rob will be interview by Valerie Okunami, host of the KCOR Radio program "Bizi Yoga." Rob and Valerie will discuss energy and the paranormal.
LISTEN LIVE: https://kcorradio.com/KCOR/Live_Feed.php

ABOUT THE SHOW BIZI YOGA: 
Hosted by Valerie Okunami  

Bizi Yogi airs Tuesday 10 AM Pacific| 1 PM Eastern, exclusively on the KCOR Digital Radio Network. The show will explore holistic techniques and lifestyle choices that create vibrant health and lasting happiness. Each week we will discuss the latest trends and hot topics today that bring balance to the body, mind and spirit.

Valerie Okunami has found that it is possible to use her experience as a thriving media entrepreneur to emerge successfully in an entirely different field, in this case operating workplace yoga programs, yoga teacher training programs and effective healing programs that combine reiki and yoga.

Ms. Okunami began her media career in 1988 in Concord, Calif., as a sales executive for a local radio station. From there she moved to ever larger broadcast outlets until she joined the staff of NBC affiliate KCRA in Sacramento, California.

In 1992, she set forth on her own with her Okunami Media advertising agency. She has been flying under her own power ever since. The agency’s client list included world renowned museums, national corporations and local non-profit arts and entertainment organizations. She has served on the board of The Future Foundation, an educational non-profit organization providing scholarships to underserved families. She has also worked with the Red Cross, helping launch major fundraising events.

In 2005, the agency expanded to include publishing two national magazine titles, a Sacramento edition of Builder/Architect and MD News. In 2007, she founded CAPG Health magazine, a national healthcare magazine, of which she remains the publisher. The quarterly magazine’s circulation is growing as managed care gains more attention with implementation of the national Affordable Care Act.

All during her years of building her media operations, Ms. Okunami maintained a keen interest in health and physical fitness. As an undergraduate business major at Sacramento State, she worked as a fitness instructor and personal trainer. In 2000, yoga became a major part of her fitness regime and it grew in intensity until she found herself a certified yoga instructor teaching the practice and now training yoga instructors.

In 2009 she founded Okunami Workplace Yoga, creating and conducting yoga classes for employees at the workplace while teaching at a popular Roseville yoga studio and Health & Wellness center. Today, she and four teachers conduct 14 employer/employee-sponsored classes a week in the Sacramento area. Her clientele include well known international and national firms and government employees.

She also created a Registered Yoga Alliance School called Bizi Yogi. She trains yoga teachers in two yoga disciplines: 200 RYT Hot 26+2/Power Fusion program and 200 RYT corporate and chair yoga along with additional certifications in yin yoga.

Valerie has no plans of stopping now. She is also a Master Reiki practitioner and has created an effective healing program for people with chronic health issues. Valerie teaches yoga because she sees the incredible transformation people make in their lives when they begin their yoga practice. They become healthier, more relaxed and more positive. They discover coping skills to handle the stress of day to day living and regain hope about the future. She sees improvement in students who have severe health challenges.

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