Your personal information

Relevant personal data including health information is collected by me at the time of booking. This is for your health and safety at yoga and to allow me to tailor sessions to suit your individual needs. It is also to meet insurance company criteria.

All information gathered either on paper or via email is treated as confidential and will not be shared with a third party. 

My insurance company requests that I keep a record of customer data and registrations for seven years after your last class.

If you wish to alter any of your data, review how it is used or wish to request its return to you, please contact Please also check this privacy policy from time to time to ensure you stay updated.

Contact information

I will use the contact method chosen by you and will not send marketing emails unless you have requested them or opted in (see mailing list section). 


I may, from time to time, use your telephone number or email address to contact you about an urgent class change or in response to a question from you.

Emergency contact information is collected solely for use in an emergency, should I need to contact your next of kin or give this information to the emergency services. This is the only information that would be shared with a third party, and only in the context of an emergency.

Mailing list

Marketing emails telling you about upcoming classes or alternative services I am providing are sent through a secure permission-based email system called MailChimp (visit to view their privacy policy).


When you contact me or attend a class you will be invited to join my email list. If you wish to, this will subscribe you to my weekly booking/ marketing email. You can opt out at any time by clicking the link at the bottom of any newsletter. 

Your rights and GDPR

Data Protection Law means that you have extensive rights regarding the collection, storage and use of your data.


Under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) you have the following rights as an individual regarding your data:

  1. The right to be informed

  2. The right of access

  3. The right to rectification

  4. The right to erasure

  5. The right to restrict processing

  6. The right to data portability

  7. The right to object

  8. Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling


For more information, visit the ICO (Information Commissioners Office) website

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