My major concern: From my experience, continuity is key to learning Thai. I spend a lot of time preparing for a lesson and exercises so that a student can learn according to their own pace. Thus, if you think that you cannot commit to taking a lesson continuously for six lessons, you might not want to start taking Thai language just yet. Most of my students are busy adult lerners, so I normally try in any way to accommodate your schedule. Successful students typically spend at least an hour per week outside of class to review what we discuss during the lesson.
The Thai language is a tonal language, which makes it difficult for a non-native speaker to get its tone right unless he/she is taught by a native speaker. I am a patient teacher and will not try to rush you, but you will have to try hard for me as well. Payment can be made by cash, personal check, or Paypal.