I already answered the poll immediately after posting it.
I guess I'll be the first to post that I have more than one job and my pay rate varies.
As a massage therapist/holistic health practitioner/yoga instructor/trainer/nutritional consultant/doula/personal chef I get paid between $45 and $125 per session/hour. On average, I get $75 per hour.
When I am teaching workshops, I get paid as much as $80-$150 per hour, depending on what and where I am teaching.
It requires certifications and degrees to do the work I do (2 years+ hours and licensing, insurance and registration to do the massage/HHP work and teaching, 1 year+ to do the yoga/personal trainer work, 6 months+ to be a certified doula, 3 months + to do the personal chef work and a minimum of a 4 year/Bachelor's degree to do the nutritional consultation/dietetics/counseling work).
Some people work in some of these areas with little or no training, certifications or licensing, but to be legal to practice any of these where I live and work, it takes what I have outlined and I would not have it any other way. I have continuing education in all these areas that exceed minimum requirements. I started college at 16 and have been educating myself since then.
I am paid fairly for the work I do, especially now that I work for myself exclusively. I also do a LOT of volunteer work, were I am not paid in $$$ and I do a lot of barter as well, to get services for my services.
I'm not doing so much catering or personal chef work these days. I am in school full time and so I do more of the other types of work that can bring in a lot of money for less of a time commitment.
I get between $20-$100 in tips per session for massage, doula work or catering gigs.