Introductory offer

Standard: $189 for first time clients

Generous: $230 for first time clients

The Introductory Offer is for anyone  looking to introduce movement into their bodies, and get a taste of what body positive personal training is all about!  Includes a one-on one consultation with holistic health assessment with your trainer, and two 55 minute work-out sessions.

Must be used within 30 days

Single Sessions

Standard: $75 /hour

Generous: $95 /hour

This offer is for folks who have previously trained through Autonomy and looking for a little boost of support, or for ideas in changing up their regular program.


Standard: $95 /hr for two people

Generous: $125 /hr for two people

Have you been wanting to move your body, but feel you want the support of a friend or partner to get you started? This session is for you! Focused attention and personalization that you crave from a personal training session, at a more affordable rate. It doesn’t get better than this!

$30 consultation fee required for first time clients

6 Session Punch Card

Standard: $379

Generous: $409

Ready for more consistent support in achieving your wellness and fitness goals? This offer includes a personalized program card, and six 55 minute sessions with your trainer, for a more affordable price! 

Must be used within 90 days

**All prices include taxes

a note on pricing

To ensure access for all clients, all services have been made available at Standard (middle), and Generous (higher) prices, AND a Community Access Fund is now in place.
We trust you to pay what you can, and ask for what you need.

Any fee paid above the standard pricing, goes towards our Right to Movement Community Access Fund, for people with low incomes who are not able to pay the full personal training fee.

The Right to Movement Community Access Fund prioritizes Queer, Trans, and Non Binary Indigenous, Black, and Racialized people who are low income. Subsidies and scholarships are available throughout the year upon request.

Right to Movement Community Access Fund

The Right to Movement Community Access Fund prioritizes Queer, Trans, and Non Binary Indigenous, Black, and Racialized individuals who are low income and recognizes that individuals from these identity intersections are less likely to be given employment, have access to secondary education, or hold meaningful employment with a pay rate that accurately reflects their work and brilliance.

Autonomy Fitness also recognizes that this business is run on stolen Indigenous Land, and benefits from settler colonial violence on Indigenous Lands and bodies. As such, we will prioritize low income Indigenous individuals for the Community Access Funds.

If you are unable to pay the Standard or Generous pricing list, please write Autonomy a message with what you might be able to afford, and we will be happy to make a payment arrangement.

The Right to Movement Community Access Fund relies almost entirely on community donations, so please consider giving towards initiative, or paying the generous training rate when you are able.