Ideally, you should expect to have lessons at frequent intervals, gradually reducing the frequency as you progress.
This is the best way to retain the benefits of what you learn.
Your rate of progress will be very slow if you only have occasional lessons, because you won’t retain the benefits of each lesson and move forward.
If you were learning to drive a car or play the piano, for example, you would make better progress if you took frequent, regular lessons — one or more a week — than if you had only one lesson a month … wouldn’t you agree?
The number and frequency of lessons you require depends on your circumstances and your ability to apply what you learn. You can discuss this with me during your first few lessons.