Fayth Caruso is a choreographer, performer, teacher, and entrepreneur. She holds a BFA from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and an MFA from Hollins University in collaboration with the American Dance Festival (Duke University), the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (Germany), and The Forsythe Company (Germany). Fayth has danced and choreographed professionally for various festivals, concerts, music videos, theatre productions, and dance companies throughout the US and internationally. She was awarded the Kenan Fellowship at Lincoln Center Institute, where she pursued opportunities in teaching, and choreographed and performed numerous innovative original works.
Fayth holds certifications in personal training with The American Council on Exercise (ACE), Pilates Method Alliance (PMA), Pilates Academy International, rebounding, suspension training, and specialty certificates in foam rolling and pre and post-natal pilates. She managed fitness programs at major organizations in both New York and Chicago and owned and operated a pilates and movement studio for four years in downtown Chicago called Sixpax Inc. Sixpax also housed a training facility for Pilates Academy International and a community outreach program called Reach Out, Give Back, bringing fitness wellness and scholarship programs into the city of Chicago, focusing on underserved areas.
Fayth currently serves as the education director for bellicon usa, an international fitness company specializing in mini-trampolines. She is also an advisor for bellicon Home, an international online video fitness platform, and bellicon Studio, the first bellicon rebounding heath and fitness Studio in the United States. She travels worldwide assisting with event planning for tradeshows and media and public relations events. Fayth is highly experienced in engaging all ages, abilities, and backgrounds and teaches dance movement technique, dance composition and improvisation, dance history, critical theory, pilates, and foundational anatomy for dancers.
Fayth, originally from New York, lives in Chicago with her husband, actor Jordan Brown and their two rescue dogs, Tino and Pippin. In her free time Fayth enjoys writing short stories and commentaries on her colorful Italian immigrant family from Brooklyn and Queens. Her personal mission is to encourage everyone she works with to move and think with freedom, comfort, strength, and confidence.