General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
This document discloses kelly Brooks Yoga’s storage and use of data policy
in line with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) laws.
Kelly Brooks Yoga is committed to protecting the privacy of our clients, and
process personal data with utmost care in accordance with the General Data
Protection Act 2018.
Personal information is used by us and those who work for us to provide our clients
with a bespoke service. We may also use this information for analysis, research or
Personal data may be stored by us electronically, and password protected, or
physically in a locked file. We have never and will never share, sell or rent this
information to third parties for marketing purposes.
We store this data so that we can send relevant letters, documents and birthday
cards to clients, as well as analysis of our customer demographics.
We store this information so we can contact our clients in relation to our services,
products and events.
We store this data in order to contact our clients in relation to exercise classes and
events, and send regular newsletters with blogs and important information about
We have a double opt-in policy when a new client subscribes to our mailing list.
Bank details are not retained
We store this data to enable us to send birthday cards to our clients and for analysis of our customer demographics.
Photography from events are stored for future use via our website and social media
profiles. Permission for using these photos is sought and collected when the client
joins the group.
Should a client cease their membership with Kelly Brooks Yoga, their personal
data will be password protected and stored for 5 years from the date on which we
were informed. We may still contact the client under the valid lawful basis of
‘legitimate interest’ set out under GDPR during this time.
Should a client disclose that they would no longer like to hear from us, their information will be deleted immediately.