Professional Development

Each video comes with a FREE downloadable workbook to encourage immediate and interactive implementation of the lessons shared.  We also include insight on how to make more money online as a dancer using web monetization.

Are you ready to start expanding your life and career as a freelance dancer?

Follow the steps below to gain access to the Creative Living for Dancers video series!

  1. Go to and click Sign Up.
  2. By clicking “Access Content,” you’ll be able to access the Creative Living for Dancers video series!  Don’t worry, you can still choose to monetize your own content later.
  3. Create your user ID and password.
  4. Next, you’ll need to enter your payment information. 
    • Why? Coil is a membership service (that you can cancel at anytime) that grants you access to watch and support artists and content creators across the web. For $5, you will gain one month of exclusive videos on Cinnamon, privacy protection for your data as you stream, and ad-free browsing Learn more about Coil here.
  5. Great! You now have access to quality content created by artists just like you!
  6. Now, type into your URL address bar. This new video-streaming site is an extension of Coil where you can view and post videos that are eligible for web-monetization.
  7. Click “Continue with Coil” and, if prompted, type in the user ID and password you created for
  8. Now, search for @CreativeLivingForDancers and click Follow.
  9. You now have access to our Creative Living for Dancers video series!

OR— Once you’ve created your account, Add the Coil Plug-in to your Chrome Browser and access the complete Creative Living for Dancers Course & Workbooks on our site below:

Want a sneak peek of the Creative Living for Dancers video series before signing up? Click below to view our video teasers, which will give you a brief introduction on what you’ll learn in each video.

We proudly utilize web-monetization technology in our Creative Living for Dancers professional development course, as well as our Creative Living for Dancers Award.