If you are a beginner, piano lessons can seem very hard at first. Coordinating the fingers on both hands to play different notes can feel like trying to rub your head and your tummy in different directions at the same time! Luckily there are people available to help.
Beginner piano lessons are available everywhere. Piano and it's derivatives - keyboard, pipe organ etc are probably the most common instrument people learn to play. Everyone learns piano at their own pace - some people take to it very quickly whilst others struggle to pick up the basics but no matter what your natural talent everyone seems to find it a rich and rewarding experience.
If you are starting to learn piano the first thing you'll need is... a piano! Of course you could use a keyboard but if you do choose to learn on a keyboard be sure to get one with full-size keys. Transitioning from a keyboard to a piano can be quite hard as most pianos require substantially more force to press the keys down than a small keyboard does.
Luckily there are loads of resources available for free on the web to help you with your beginner piano lessons. From scales drills to how-to-read-music tutorials and tips and techniques, you'll never run out of interesting material from which to draw inspiration and ideas.
Music is a great expressive medium and learning to play the piano could be your first step on a journey that will last a lifetime.