Use of Your Information - Equilibrium Yoga and Wellbeing Centres obtain most of our information through the signing of waivers and completion of Par-Q forms. With your consent we may also obtain personal information about you from third parties. This may include parents, guardian, coaches or whoever is registering you in a program and paying for your registration. Use of your personal information for any purpose other than those outlined or the release of such information by parties outside of Equilibrium Yoga and Wellbeing Centres or its affiliates will take place only under the following circumstances: (a) When you give consent – We will disclose your personal information when you have given consent. Under no circumstances do we sell participant or personal information to others. Please note that we will not share health information that may have been provided in connection with a program, program withdrawal or request for refund. With your consent, we may use certain information to provide you with information about Equilibrium Yoga and Wellbeing Centres and its affiliates and programming. This consent is optional and you can decide to withdraw it at any time. Information collected by Equilibrium Yoga and Wellbeing Centres about its users is used internally by authorized employees of Equilibrium Yoga and Wellbeing Centres for following reasons: To process payment, register you in the program of your choice, update you when required of any possible changes of the planned services at Equilibrium Yoga and Wellbeing Centres, determination of those areas, features, and services that are valued the most and found most helpful. Also, we collect information to determine the appropriate participation in the activities and services provided at the Equilibrium Yoga and Wellbeing Centres and on our site.
Securing Your Information - The Equilibrium Yoga and Wellbeing Centre website uses sophisticated security and safeguard measures to protect users' information. One such measure is our use of secure server software (SSL), to ensure that your credit card will be protected against fraudulent use while on our site.
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