HEALTH ISSUE EXAMPLES
Should you have had recent surgery or suffer from; epilepsy, bursitus/tendonitus, heart conditions, blood pressure,asthma, diabetes,arthritus, DVT,
or experience headaches, eye or ear problems, back, neck or knee issues, or are taking some form of medication, then these are the types of health issues you should inform your teacher of.
Your teacher is there to guide you and must know ALL health issues.
All discussions will be held in strict confidence.
Please refer to our Privacy Statement below for your privacy rights.
Some Yoga asanas are not recommended for women during pregnancy or menstruation and your teacher will be able to assign you more appropriate work during class so it is most important to inform your teacher of your condition.
Privacy statement of Queenstown Yoga Studio
Sections of the New Zealand Privacy Act 1993 relate to personal information that you provide to us through our website.
When supplying health information, queenstownyogastudio.co.nz strictly complies with all aspects of the
Health Information Privacy Code 1994 (incl. amendments)
The only information about you collected and stored by this website is that which you supply.
No 'cookies' are permanently stored on your computer.
The types of personal information you may supply include your name, current address, telephone number and email address.
We take all precautions to ensure that your personal information is stored securely.
All data is stored securely and password-protected and accessible only by authorised persons working for Queenstown Yoga Studio
Transmissions sent to our website are monitored by systems administration, however no data transmission over the Internet can
be guaranteed 100% secure.
None of the data submitted by you to queenstownyogastudio.co.nz will be made available to third parties.
In the interests of personal computer security, it is a recommendation that you close your browser when you have finished your
user session especially if you share a computer with someone else or are using a computer in a public place.
You as an individual are responsible for the security of and access to your own computer.