Lady Madonna was inspired by Humphrey Lyttleton's (British Jazz Trumpter and broadcaster) "Bad Penny Blues". So the inspiration is essentially boogie-woogie. And although anything works on a Rhodes piano (I love them) it's not a style I'd associate with that instrument.
Here's a couple of links to some I like.https://www.musicgurus.com/course/introduction-to-blues-piano-paddy-milnerhttps://www.musicgurus.com/course/improvising-blues-piano-part-1-with-tim-richards-basic-principles
Both of these are from the same company, and you could pay for the sets of lessons.
I should point out that I haven't done that.
However some of their material is available free, either legitimately (or not).
So you can check those out to see if you like what they are offering.
There are thousands of free blues and boogie instructional videos on YouTube. Quite a lot are very good. Normally (but not always) if they are well filmed and professional looking the tuition is the same. A wobbly camera and low quality filming, may mean the instruction isn't that great either (but again not always).
So I'm not sure it's worth paying at all, given the amount of free material out there.
But you'll have to sift through the free material......