You may be able to work something out with the instructor on length of time at sign up, but consider this, what is it you want to get out of your training? Do you think that one month is enough time to gain proficiency and understanding of the art? Instructors don't sign people up hoping they fulfill the time and monetary agreement, we hope the student will join us in a lifetime journey, learning and enjoying the art together, watching our students grow and push us to grow as well. If a uniform and belt is all your looking for then you should check out a martial arts supply store and pick up a uniform and belt that fits you current body size, but if truly learning and training for a purpose is what you want then you're only choice is a dojang. The information that you could get from the internet in particular Master Gause's face book page, while he has a wealth of knowledge, it still can't replace active instruction on your individual needs. Perhaps you are feeling like someone will judge you negatively on your physical or skill level, however you shouldn't worry about that, I am certain knowing the instructors in that area that they will welcome you with no preconceptions or unrealistic expectations. Myself have 30+ year training in Kuk Sool Won, and I still learn something new whether I'm training alone, with other instructors, or at WKSA headquarters, it really doesn't ever end. Your next step is your new beginning, don't wait, too many times I see people put off something saying I need to get back into it, but time is not our friend. You got this I know you will do well.