I've been studying the violin for over 20 years, and have had the experience of learning from many different teachers, the last being Rosalee Macmillan, an internationally reclaimed violinist. I love teaching beginning students and I place a heavy emphasis on technique since I know first hand how difficult it can be to relearn bad habits later. I'm currently a student at the Violin Making School of America, so I'm not available to teach until 4:30 on Mon to Fri.
I teach all my lessons from my front room just west of the University of Utah.
My pricing is: 15$ for a half hour lesson 30$ for an hour lesson. For those that are just beginning and for children I recommend only a 30min lesson.
Recommendations for those who wish to start playing:
If you are interested in buying a violin, don't buy one unless it's from a shop or you have someone with you who knows something about violins. There are plenty of pieces of junk out there. If you want to start learning but don't want to invest in something too expensive (cheap violins on average run between 50-200$, but most are not very good quality and are much more difficult to play on), then I recommend looking into renting a violin from a shop on a monthly basis for a least the first few months until you're sure that this is something you want to invest in. Then invest in a decent student violin (200-500$).