Yes, you can take lessons with one or more colleagues. You then follow a programme that has been specially designed for you together. This works best, of course, if you have similar skill levels and goals.
If these do not fully overlap, you also can do part of the programme individually so that everyone can work on their personal learning goals alongside the group’s goals. In that case, you might have private lessons in the morning and a number of group lessons in the afternoon. There is no fixed formula for this. Together, we look at what everyone’s needs and wishes are.
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