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I came with a better feeling to class, a little more "open up", and it really helped. Asking questions did help after all Also, our instructor started the class saying "lately i've been teaching you advanced techniques and I noticed all of you have bad basics! so today we'll be doing the basics again". Boy did I need that. I wish I had someone to practice with so I won't forget them again.