I think the first answer, “the club to get you more clients and thus keep large % as commission”. If the club is willing to promote you and provide your clientele’ that sounds like a “win-win” situation however, not knowing the percentages, this would ultimately free up some of your time and money spent to self promote.
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Let the club do all the leg work and keep a bit extra for themselves. This will save you some time consuming effort and provide some stability. Gyms almost always have more and better resources than individuals. Hold an amazing class and let them promote it for you. A great product always reaps rewards… when properly advertised.
I think that it depends. This requires you to take a critical look at a variation on the proverbial question of “big fish in little pond, or little fish in big ocean.” By this I mean that if you’re getting a larger commission, but fewer clients then your ‘bottom-line’ take-home pay may still be smaller than if you were getting more clients at a SLIGHTLY smaller commission. I added the emphasis here to the word “slightly” because you will need to do some rough math here to determine your break-even point at which how many of these additional clients would you need at the lower commission level to make up for the lower commission. Admittedly this will only be your “best guess,” but it’s worth doing this before deciding which path to take.
I hope that this helps!