It all depends on where you live/local cost of living, the experience and skills of the trainer, the average market rate. Lots of factors.
Coach John Kane CPT
That greatly depends on your target demographic and the mean income of the area you are servicing as well as what services you provide. Your accreditation is also important. Education aint cheap and it protects the public.
When you provide a high level of competency, you tend to get the results!
The price per session comes down to this: “What is your time worth?”
I have seen anywhere between $30/hr. and $100/hr. Like everyone has said, it depends somewhat on your market, but also on who your ideal client is and what they will be able/willing to pay for the value you are creating for them. I basically charge $45/hr for gym clients and $55/hr for in-home and offer packages with slight discounts.