Martin Enos has been dancing tango since 2010, and teaching for eight years. He possesses an effervescent creativity that keeps his partners fascinated and delighted. He believes that communication is the essence of tango. He encourages each dancer to work rigorously on their individual technique in order to develop both their own style, and their ability to connect and communicate with a variety of partners. Martin’s teaching focuses on understanding and developing functional movement. He aims to help student tap into their creativity and ability to improvise, even as beginners. Martin has attended and volunteered at the Philadelphia Tango Festival many times, and we are absolutely delighted to have him teaching the four-class beginner track this year. When not dancing tango, Martin is a physician, completing his residency in anesthesia at McLaren Oakland in Michigan.