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. It covers all personal information - paper as well as electronic.
What information do we collect?
Your name, email address and any profile information you choose to add is recorded when you sign up to our blog
Your name, email address and message is recorded when you submit a form on our website, and are recorded and transmitted to us via our email provider
Your name, email address and personal/health information relevant to your participation in Yoga is recorded on (paper) student questionnaires if you sign up for my adult class (a blank copy of this form is attached here for information. I will provide a paper copy for completion to all new students, or you can download and print it yourself to complete and hand in if you prefer)
Your child's name, date of birth and personal/health information relevant to their participation in Yoga is recorded on (paper) registration forms if you sign them up for a children's Yoga class, and your (parent's) name and phone number is recorded on the class register when your child attends.
Why do we collect this information?
Your email address is recorded when you sign up to our blog so that we can send you updates about the blog (depending on the settings you select for blog notifications)
Your name, email address and message (if you submit a form on our website) 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 Lucia Moat. We keep this information on secure email for varying time periods depending on the nature of your enquiry.
Your name, email address and personal information is collected so that we can ensure your safety when practicing Yoga, and to help in planning Yoga classes that will be safe and beneficial for all students. These paper questionnaires are held securely as long as you are signed up to attend Yoga classes.
Your child's name, date of birth and personal information are collected so that we can ensure their safety when practicing Yoga, and to help in planning Yoga classes that will be safe and beneficial for all students. Your name and phone number are collected when they attend in the event that we need to contact you during or after the class about their safety or wellbeing in the class. These paper questionnaires are held securely as long as your child is signed up to our children's Yoga classes.
We do not directly pass any information on to third parties. This website however does use third party services which are subject to their own privacy and cookies policies. Please see below a list of these organisations with links to their privacy policies.
Right to amend or delete information
If you wish to unsubscribe from our blog notifications you can use the settings (on a drop down menu from your profile picture in the top right corner of your profile, accessible on the members page).
Should you, having contacted us via the forms on this website, used the blog, contacted us by email or text/phone or completed a student questionnaire wish for us to amend or delete your information 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.