I own a small personal training studio and I’m the only trainer. I’ve only been offering 1-on-1 training of 30 minutes sessions. I currently offer 1-on-1 packages of 5 sessions @ $150, 10 sessions @ $270, and 20 sessions @ $500. I live in a small town in a rural area with a median income of about $42,500. I want to make the training affordable for those who can’t afford 1-on-1 but I also have to cover my rent, utilities, supplies, etc. as well as the increased challenge of working with multiple people at once. Any suggestion of what I should charge for the small group based on what I charge for 1-on-1?
Hello Lesley Sims,
It sounds as if you truly care about your community; that is great.
Here is that word again, best. The best of anything is what pertains to the situation and gains the most benefit for all involved. Therefore, I say, the best thing is to keep your business open or you won’t be able to help others. After the numbers come in to keep your head afloat, ask what your clients prefer.
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.