With the need for resources at its highest point, I'm thrilled to share some updates, info, and progress with an update to my original post. This post is about skating diagrams, which include dance, where you can find them, what's new about them, and what we're doing with them. In the meantime, you can always find diagrams online thanks to the insanely cool contributions of the person/admin/folk at SkateDanceDiagrams :) Think of this website as the "skate diagram" website, not just dance diagrams.
Roller figure skating clubs generally start practice with a segment called Figures where we do both: Figures, then Loops, before moving on to Dance, Freestyle, and Pairs.
Every rink is unique and every floor layout is too, so this is where the arrangements can vary, hence unique. Good news is, nearly everyone (but the home skaters) has to adjust to a new floor when traveling and competing. While we don't have loop circles yet, you can get an idea with the images below. Sometimes they're inside Circle Figures (image 1) and sometimes they're independent among other sets of loop circles (image 2).