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« on: July 25, 2013, 06:57:53 AM »

This topic idea came from a remark ttd made years ago in another thread regarding paying high prices for lessons with beginner teachers (Don't want to put you on the spot, ttd, but that is what gave me this topic idea  Cool )

That got me to thinking.  At least in the US, many franchise studios charge a (high) price for lessons, and the price is the same, regardless of teacher level.  Meaning, you could easily pay the same $150/ hour for a lesson block (lesson + party + group) with someone straight out of training as you pay for someone with a decade (or even decades) of experience.

I have my own views on this, of course, but I don't want to cut off conversation.  So I'll ask you first.  What do y'all think of this practice?

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