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SummerRunner

Diva in Training
Glad to say I have a happy update! I was able to move into my friend’s group, and it’s a better fit — similar focus on low-advanced skills but a bit faster-paced. Both instructors were great, but this overall group suits me more so I’m quite happy! Today felt like fun even though there were still plenty of drills and discussions, and everyone in the group seems to want to push in the same ways I do.

I also learned the source of the large group sizes — apparently corporate leadership has decided that the ideal group size (guessing from a financial perspective) is 8, so that’s what they have to go with even though the instructors would also prefer smaller groups.
 

Knitjenious

Angel Diva
Way to advocate for yourself and your needs and goals! You know yourself best, and I am glad they were receptive to moving you.
 

marzNC

Angel Diva
Glad to say I have a happy update! I was able to move into my friend’s group, and it’s a better fit — similar focus on low-advanced skills but a bit faster-paced. Both instructors were great, but this overall group suits me more so I’m quite happy! Today felt like fun even though there were still plenty of drills and discussions, and everyone in the group seems to want to push in the same ways I do.
Thanks for the update. Glad it worked out.

I also learned the source of the large group sizes — apparently corporate leadership has decided that the ideal group size (guessing from a financial perspective) is 8, so that’s what they have to go with even though the instructors would also prefer smaller groups.
Interesting. At Taos the max size is usually 7. That's two quad chairs, including the instructor.
 

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