I have attended Hell on Heels Fitness classes since Caitlin Elby started the program last year. I used to dance a lot in college, and now do it more socially. At first I found the classes helpful because being able to confidently walk in heels at work added to my professionalism. As a paralegal of a nonprofit law firm, I assist low-income families with eviction proceedings and advocate to assure that the family has access to necessary resources in order to stabilize themselve
What do you think of when you pose for a picture? I once did a video shoot with an artist, and I thought I was in very good shape. The video came out a few months later and I was horrified. I looked like a rolly-polly. The more I studied the video the more I realized that it wasn't my body but the angle of the camera. (Believe me, this took a lot of studying, crying, and fake dieting to realize.) For this video I was in shorts (no tights), barefoot (my legs were not elongated
Caitlin Elby is a graduate from Roger Williams University with a BA in dance. After graduation, she moved to New York to pursue her dream of becoming a professional dancer. Right away she started interning at Broadway Dance Center, and began teaching at various studios around the city, as well as starting an after school dance program in a public school in Harlem, NYC. She started her professional work as a company member of In It for Life Productions. Since she has been
Hell on Heels Fitness is an all levels dance-based class that creates fearless women by combining confidence, sweat, and high heels. We create a safe space where women bond, laugh, and get fit while feeling sexy and confident in their bodies. Being Fearless, Bold, and Beautiful is a lifestyle. Using our knowledge of fitness and dance we help women surpass their goals physically and mentally.
With classes that improve fitness and body language, women will learn to present th