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Soul Surf ‘n Yoga collects personal data of the students that are taking yoga classes at Soul Surf ‘n Yoga (the “Students”), in order to keep a file of its members, for the exercising of payment orders, and for the administration.Soul Surf ‘n Yoga shall be careful while collecting these data and will always comply with the applicable Data Protection Act (Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens).
Soul Surf ‘n Yoga will also use the personal data as mentioned above to keep the Students informed about Soul Surf ‘n Yoga’s activities, and possible changes in, e.g., the class schedule. If the Student does not want to receive any communication from Soul Surf ‘n Yoga, he can opt-out by sending an e-mail to: [email protected] The Student is informed that in such a case he may not be able to make use of all Soul Surf ‘n Yoga’s services and products.
Without prior written consent, Soul Surf ‘n Yoga will never transfer any personal data of the Students to a third party.
Changes or removal of data
At the Student’s request, Soul Surf ‘n Yoga will correct, add, remove or cover the collected data of the Student. This may result in the Student no longer being able to use (part of) the services or products of Soul Surf ‘n Yoga. At any time, the Student can request Soul Surf ‘n Yoga to give him information about which of his personal data are being processed. A request can be emailed to [email protected]
Soul Surf ‘n Yoga
Willem Beukelszoonstraat 52B
2584XS Den Haag
1. Personal Data
Soul Surf ‘n Yoga collects personal data of the Students and Participants to update its membership records, to execute payment orders and for administration and information purposes. Soul Surf ‘n Yoga handles this collection of personal data with due care and complies with the provisions of the Dutch Data Protection Act.
Soul Surf ‘n Yoga uses the personal data referred to in Clause 1.1 to inform the Students and Participants about activities of Soul Surf ‘n Yoga and any changes in the schedule, for example. If the Student or Participant does not want to receive communications from Soul Surf ‘n Yoga, he or she may communicate this to Soul Surf ‘n Yoga by sending an e-mail to [email protected] The Student or Participant is aware (s)he cannot use all online services and products of Soul Surf ‘n Yoga in that case.
Soul Surf ‘n Yoga never gives any personal data of the Students or Participants to third parties without their prior written consent.
2. Governing Law and Dispute Settlement
The General Terms and Conditions are exclusively governed by Dutch law.
Any disputes relating to the General Terms and Conditions, private yoga Classes, Workshops or Retreats organized by Soul Surf ‘n Yoga are settled exclusively by the competent court in the Hague or any higher court.
ADDITIONAL GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR WORKSHOPS, CLASSES & RETREATS OF SOUL SURF ’N YOGA
3. Applicability of Additional Terms and Conditions and Definitions
Workshops, classes and retreats are governed by these Additional Terms and Conditions in addition to the General Terms and Conditions. The General Terms and Conditions form an integral part of these Additional General Terms and Conditions. By participating in a Workshop, Class or Retreat, the relevant Participant accepts the applicability of the General Terms and Conditions and the Additional General Terms and Conditions.
4. Participation in Workshops and/or Retreats and Registration Fee
A Participant may participate in a Workshop or Retreat after he or she has registered for it with Soul Surf ‘n Yoga in advance and paid the Price. Registration may be effected by sending an email to [email protected] A place in the Workshop or Retreat is guaranteed after Soul Surf ‘n Yoga has received payment of the Price or the Deposit.
For some Workshops and Retreats, an “Early Bird Rate” applies. This reduced rate applies until the date specified on the Website. After this date the normal rate, which is also specified on the Website, applies without exception.
5. Payments and Prices
The Price for a Retreat can be found on the Soul Surf ‘n Yoga website.
Payments for a Workshop or Retreat must be made before the Workshop or Retreat is held. Payments can be made by direct debit, PIN or Credit Card (Master of Visa Card).
In the event of participation in a Retreat, the Deposit must be paid 60 days before the scheduled Retreat at the latest. The balance must be paid 7 days before the Retreat scheduled at the latest.
To complete the application for a Retreat, a deposit payment must be made through the Soul Surf ‘n Yoga website via iDEAL, Credit Card of PayPal.
The balance for the (Pre) Teacher Training needs to be paid no later than 4 weeks prior to the training start date. The Participant will receive an e-mail from Soul Surf ‘n Yoga agreeing on the ways of paying the Price, including a possible payment plan.
6. Cancellation of Retreat Registration
Any participation in a scheduled Retreat may be cancelled only in writing. Cancellations can be done by sending an e-mail to: [email protected]
Until one (1) month before the scheduled Retreat date, the Participant may cancel his or her registration free of charge (minus Deposit).
Until two (2) weeks before the scheduled Retreat date, the Participant may cancel his or her registration, in which case the registration fee is refunded, less a handling fee of €25.
If the Participant cancels his or her registration later than two (2) weeks before the scheduled Retreat, the registration fee is not refunded.
Soul Surf ‘n Yoga shall not be liable for any injury, loss or damages in connection with, or resulting from, participation in the Retreats, as the case may be.
The Participant will never engage Soul Surf ‘n Yoga, the Teachers, or any of the supporting staff, in legal proceedings relating to possible damages in whatever form, that may be the result of participation in the Retreats, as the case may be.
Soul Surf ‘n Yoga only works with qualified yoga teachers and will always offer yoga classes of the highest quality. Nonetheless, there is always a risk of injury involved when taking a yoga class. By participating in the Retreats, as the case may be, the Participant accepts such risk of injury. Soul Surf ‘n Yoga offers the following guidelines to diminish the risk of injury:
– Consult with a physician when you are not sure you are completely healthy, or if you are pregnant, before starting to take yoga classes.
– If you have an injury, or other physical issues, inform the yoga teacher thereof before you start your yoga class.
– Listen to and follow the instructions of the yoga teacher.
– Be conservative when exercising yoga and listen to your physical limitations.
– Don’t do any exercises that are painful.
– Ask questions when you do not understand an exercise.
8. Applicable law, dispute resolution
Dutch law applies exclusively to the General Terms and Conditions.
Any disputes in connection with the General Terms and Conditions, or the participation in a Workshop, Retreat or Class, as the case may be, will be resolved exclusively by a certified mediator in the Hague (Netherlands).
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Soul Surf ‘n Yoga
Willem Beukelszoonstraat 52B
2584XS Den Haag