The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is a European privacy law effective from May 25, 2018. The GDPR regulates how individuals and organisations may collect, use, and retain personal data.
What is considered "personal data"?
Under the GDPR, personal data is any information about a specific person. This broad definition includes not only traditional personal data—e.g., dates of birth, names, physical addresses, email addresses—but location data, biometric data, financial information, and much more.
What information do we collect?
When you submit a form on the contact page your name, email address and email communication is recorded.
When you make a booking with us we record your name and email address.
If you do yoga with us we keep a register of attendance and your contact details which may also include your address and telephone number.
Anonymous analytics information is also collected via cookies on our website. This includes a users date and time of visit, the IP address, the referrer, the browser version and operating system being used.
Why do we collect this information?
Your name, email address and email communication (if you submit a form on the contact page or make a booking with us) is collected purely in order to respond to your enquiry. We do not categorise this information, your information is not passed on to any other organisations and this information is viewed only by Fiona Moyle and her business partner Dominic Wood. We keep this information on secure email for varying time periods depending on the nature of any on-going relationship or communication.
If you do yoga with us we collect and keep the above information for health and safety and insurance reasons. This information is kept on paper in a secure file for 7 years. Explicit consent is given by Fiona's yoga student through a form which is returned by Fiona's students giving Fiona written consent to contact her yoga students via email, text or phone regarding yoga classes.
Analytics information is kept for 7 days only and is used to assess how successful and user-friendly the site is. An individual cannot be identified from this information alone and we do not use this information in conjunction with any other information to identify an individual. This information is not exported to any other service.
Right to amend or delete information
Should you wish for us to amend or delete any information you have given us please contact us and we will deal with your request within 30 days.
For more information on GDPR and your individual rights please see the Information Commissioner's Office website.