Taking the time as an adult to study piano is a richly rewarding pursuit!
There are two categories of adult students. The first are those who have studied as children and have either continued with a practice or discontinued their practice due to circumstances or busy private and professional lives. Even if a student's practice was discontinued at some point in his or her life, I have found that skills the student has gained in the past, no matter how distant, are accessed as soon as the student returns to regular practice. Students with an ongoing practice of music are able to pursue their individual interests in the lessons, setting and achieving personal goals with positive support, guidance, and insight. The other category of adult students is those who have never studied piano before, including some who have had no musical training. These students enjoy the same success and benefit with their practice as students who start playing in childhood. Whether beginners or experienced players, adult students have skills and life experience that contribute to their progress and enjoyment of music.