As the others have implied above, it's totally fine. It's actually not small at all (in fact, it's larger than the average frame) and it's not that heavy. It's a perfectly fine racquet for right now, and not an "advanced" frame at all. And many people have learned with tiny, heavy wood racquets, so I'm sure you'll be fine. If anything, learning with an advanced frame will help you develop the mechanics you'll eventually need anyway, so the most important thing is just getting out there and playing a lot. If there was really a "best" racquet, then everyone at any level would all be using the same one.