My business is personal training of women in their homes or offices. A couple of current and former clients want to do all semi-private sessions, or a combination of one-on-one/semi-private. For a percentage of my hourly rate, the owner of a local martial arts studio is allowing me to use his space during the day when it is not in use. I was thinking of offering class on a Monday morning, but am wondering if two mornings–perhaps also a Thursday–is better. The series of six weeks would be pre-paid. Maximum number of participants is four. Format is a circuit class using my portable equipment–resistance tubes, stability ball, free weights, step, foam roller, gliding discs, etc. Rate per person per class is just a little more half of my one-on-one hourly rate. No refunds are given for missed classes. My business webpage has a link with reference of offers to my Facebook business page, where the offer will be posted. Your feedback on this proposal is needed and appreciated. Thank you!
I’m not sure what it is you’re asking:
The idea is a good one, I would offer two classes per week if you can.
For situations like yours I will figure out what my I need to make in the end, after expenses
You may want to ask the owner if he’d accept a flat rate for your rent., instead of a percentage.
Does this help you?
If not, please clarify
Hi Gwynn. This looks good. My only question would be do you really mean that the rate ‘per person’ would be HIGHER than your normal one-on-one rate? Usually with groups the ‘per person’ rate is actually LOWER than your 1-on-1 rate, but you still make more $$$ because of the number of participants. Perhaps that’s what you meant, but just wanted to clarify.