Hello Sharon Gunning,
You will want to have prices that match other classes in your area and keep in mind what you are worth during that time frame: an hour session. You will want to take home your preferred hourly rate. With that in mind, now divide the number of participants into your hourly rate for individual class fees to charge each person.
You will also need to do your homework for the times people will be willing to attend your sessions. This is usually before and after work, weekends, vacation days or via a survey.
Another idea is to have potential clients bring friends and let them find a schedule that works for them.
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.
Hi everyone, Thank you so much for all your comments and advice, I have managed to secure a position in the gym I belong to as a GFI, they also offer PT and SGT, so hopefully will secure some clients there, at least for now it will be somewhere to train from, grow my experience and see where it will take me, Thanks again everyone, really appreciate the help!!