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How to Pay For
Personal Training Visits

At Home Bodies, we offer a variety of ways you can pay for your Personal Training Visits.

Due to the driving distance our clients are located from us, each client has a slightly different rate. Therefore, we do not have a shopping cart where you can purchase sessions. Keep reading to learn the options we have for payment.

However, we can always send you a paypal invoice for sessions owed. If you need a paypal invoice sent, please contact us using the form below. **Be sure to let us know the paypal email address to send the invoice to, especially if it's different from the one you are using in the form!**

Alternately, you can call us at 508 - 633 - 7749 and provide a credit card number. We can keep that on file (with your permission) and run the card when it's time to pay your bill. We accept Visa, Mastercard, AmEx, and Discover.

In person, you may pay with cash or check written out to: Home Bodies.

You can mail a check to: Home Bodies, 10 Boardman St. Haverhill MA 01830.


We wish for you to choose the payment method that is most convenient for you. Please use the contact form below if you need further assistance.

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