I work for a company for seniors only. We go to your home for exercise. We use a resistance chair & other types of equipment, a great thing!!
Recently, I have some of my clients asking me if I could doing training with them on my own, and not through the company I work with, which would be less expensive for them. They also may have some friends that would be interested in me for personal training. I do see some clients already on my own.
Would it be right to see these clients aside from the co. I work for my own profit?
I assume that the arrangement that the clients are proposing is not only beneficial for them but also for you in that you would be making more money.
I would read the contract that you have with this company very carefully. If there is a non-compete clause, then you may be in violation of the contract. I would also suggest that you consider how important it is for you to have a relationship with that company. Siphoning off clients who you have received through them is generally not well tolerated, even if there is nothing in the contract to prevent you from doing it. If I were the owner of the company, I would consider parting ways with such a trainer.