Not at present.
Nurturing and facilitating community in a good way is something I am passionate about, and I love the way the dance opens up extraordinary possibilities for human connection and embodied community.
However, I have enough experience to know that community takes a lot of work to hold properly, and I do not want to do it in a half-baked way. Virtual community forums offer possibilities but also have their limitations. I am currently more able & inclined to put my energy into the creation of the recordings to the highest level I can. So the focus of Dancefloor Jedi is providing resources for dancers to practice autonomously at home and in their own space.
Meanwhile however – you are an agent of seeding/growing community if you want to be. So if this calls, I suggest and encourage you to find and nurture connections with other dancers in your network and the wider field, through existing community spaces and forums (both in-the-room and digital) – or through creating new ones.
Note: if you want to use the resources with others, please see the FAQ about this and adjust your Patreon contribution accordingly. Thanks!