As an advert and encouragement for his teaching, this site is more likely to discourage, especially newcomers. He seems to espouse a personal tuition method, initially based on touch, and at the same time bewails the lack of English contenders for winning tango competitions. There is no mention of how he thinks Tango should be danced other than his rail against steps and the Basic8. He wants to teach tango, an old and evolved dance with modern teaching methods but gives no clue as to what they may be. Modern teaching methods of dance largely seem to be to crowd as many as people in a room as possible and teach them moves and/or choreography. Little else can be taught that way. In the times leading up to and including the Golden Age, my understanding is that tango was passed on one to one from generation to generation and from peer to peer. The community was big enough and strong enough to be self-sustaining. In other words "communities" were not created and sustained by pedagogues.