If you’re ready to feel better, you’re ready for some help from a trained professional. Whether you’re looking to get in shape, eat better, or help your mind and body, a fitness or wellness coach can help you reach your goals faster and see lasting results.
Every month tens of thousands of people come to Thumbtack for help with all these things – from personal training and massage therapy to nutrition/diet help and life coaching – and these services cost less than you might think. Here’s what you can expect to pay per hour for some of the most popular wellness services on Thumbtack.
If you’re ready to get fit, you’re ready for a personal trainer. Maybe you’re looking to trim down. Maybe you’ve hit a fitness plateau. Or maybe you’re injured and need to get safely back on track. Whatever the case, a personal trainer can help. Expect to pay an average of $40 per hour for a personal trainer though prices may vary by location. Trainers that specialize in injury rehab or that accommodate specific types of training may also command a premium. Here are the 10 questions to ask to find a trainer that’s right for you.
There are more than 640 muscles in your body—how many of them need some love right now? Massage is a natural choice for chronic pain, stress relief, and—best of all—feeling good. A good rule of thumb for cost is that you can expect to pay about $1 per minute of massage plus tip. Ready to get started? Here are 9 questions to ask when choosing a great massage therapist.
It seems like these days there’s always an excuse to overindulge. Fourth of July BBQs, Super Bowl parties, “stealing” your kids’ Halloween candy… Keep yourself on track with a personal dietician nutritionist. They can create a custom meal plan for you and uncover hidden problems keeping you from realizing your goals of losing weight, getting fit or just feeling better. Expect to pay $90 an hour for a consultation – but the look for the payback to happen immediately.
Having a goal in life or something you want to achieve prevents stress and all of its harmful effects, and gives real meaning to the phrase “something to live for.” That’s where a life coach can help – and even Oprah has several. The average rates for a life coach are just $90 an hour. Consider it a small down payment on a happy future.