Welcome to Passion Fit™, a health, wellness and fitness lifestyle company!
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Mission and Vision
My name is Reena Vokoun and I am an entrepreneur and the founder of Passion Fit! My content and services include online workout videos, local fitness, dance and bootcamp classes, a blog, newsletters, social media content, media appearances, wellness consulting, speaking engagements and wellness workshops for individuals, companies, non-profits, schools and universities on fitness, nutrition, mindfulness and healthy lifestyles. My mission through Passion Fit is to help people flourish from the inside out by focusing on their health, wellness and fitness. My vision is to create a local and online wellness community where people can have fun, make friends, feel supported and be encouraged to achieve their dreams and goals. I hope to help each of you on your own unique journey. Feel free to visit my site often for new ideas, tips and inspiration! My motto is: “Pursue your passions, be fit and the rest will follow…”
Latest Blog Posts
Many people are under the misconception that dancing isn’t a very effective workout. While there may be variances by individual, according to research conducted by the American Council on Exercise, dance classes like Zumba can burn on average between
According to a survey conducted by the American Psychological Association, women are more likely to experience physical and emotional symptoms of stress than men are, and it is often due to women trying to balance work and family needs. This
Sure, cold weather may not be responsible for your kids’ colds—but it certainly doesn’t help keep them away. According to the CDC, elementary school-aged kids get, on average, eight to 12 colds or cases of the flu each year.