A note about your right to privacy and data protection
On 25th May 2018, new data regulations came into force called General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). All organisations that handle your personal data must be clear about how they obtained your consent, what data they hold and how they use it.
What data we collect and how we use it
Zen Yoga collects personal data from our marketing via digital channels such as the website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram via opt-in data capture forms. This data is held securely in Mailchimp, our e-marketing provider and held behind a double authentication process. You may opt out at any time by emailing email@example.com or using the opt-out channels on each medium.
We also collect class, workshop and retreat attenders including name, email address, postal address, telephone numbers, emergency contacts and health concerns. This is collected on a physical health form, signed and dated. This is then used to inform class plans for safe practice, and to inform of any Zen Yoga news such as class cancellations and term dates.
On said health form, you consent to the channels that you would like us to use to contact you about yoga-related news and events in future.
How this data is stored
This data is then stored locked away, and name and email addresses are also stored and password-protected on Mailchimp, our email software.
Your data is confidential and never shared
Zen Yoga has not, does not and never will pass any of this confidential information onto another party. **The only exception to this would be at the request of an insurer or medical professional**
Zen Yoga confirms that this legitimate interest to your personal data is only held for a period of 24 months after last class/event attendance and is then reconfirmed, destroyed and/or deleted.