leaving seems incredibly shortsighted of you to cancel during "quarantine," but maybe I can encourage others to stay...
I've been taking lessons on both guitar and ukulele, now starting Bass
I had a year or so of guitar lessons beforehand, but felt too squeezed for cash to continue live person-to-person lessons, but enough to keep on with Yousician. I'm grateful because otherwise I may have sold my ax and quit altogether otherwise.
But my point here is that I've learned through breakthroughs, not steady progress. There are parts that seem incredibly hard, and then one day, like magic, my fingers or brain or whatever "gets it". I may practice unrelated songs a little while, or otherwise avoid the problem; it's a big reason why I switched to uke for a while, but so far I've always eventually gotten through, figured it out.
It's none of my business, really, whether any of you cancel or not, but I think a "musician's block" is just about the last reason one should cancel. It really is "practice, practice, practice"! Again at some point I'll probably need a live teacher, online or otherwise. But I'd encourage everyone to power through those tough times on Yousician. Heck, maybe some of those that cancel will come back when ready to get through the stuck moments! This applies to learning just about anything, but definitely a musical instrument, and definitely Yousician. Don't quit for the wrong reasons!