Gaia Therapies


Gaia Therapists

Local Therapists


Get Listed


Question a Therapist


The Gaia Centre for Holistic Therapy,

17 Frederick Street,

Loughborough,

Leicestershire,

LE11 3BH


Tel: 01509 551513


email: admin@gaiaholistics.co.uk

© Copyright 2013 - Active Recovery - All Rights Reserved.

Welcome About Information Enquiries

Gaia Privacy and Anti-Spam Policy

Introduction:

The Gaia Centre uses information collected from its registered clients and visitors to this web site to enhance the services we offer to you and to improve your experience of our services.  We take your privacy very seriously.  This privacy policy sets out details of the personal information we collect about you, and ways in which we may use that information.

Note: All information is collected lawfully and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. In addition every attempt is been made to ensure our email policy compiles with:

The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003

When Do We Collect Personal Information?

Gaia Centre practitioners collect personal information from you, such as your email address, when you register to become a client, subscribe to our newsletter, and/or request any information from this website. You may also be contacted and asked whether you would like to receive information from ourselves or other allied companies, or to take part in surveys about Gaia to help us improve our services; your participation would be strictly voluntary.

Privacy Policy

For What Purposes Will The Personal Information Be Used?

If you are a Gaia client, we may use the personal information for the purposes of:

  1. Reminding you of payments due or requesting payment from you.
  2. Sending you the Monthly Newsletter.
  3. Informing you of new services, courses, or special offers, provided that you choose to receive this information.
  4. Informing you of any service related changes affecting your use of the Gaia web site, and any new features and functionality (e.g. the introduction of a new e-mail contact).
  5. Assessing and developing our operations and related services and/or products.
  6. Contacting you to ask whether you would like to take part in a research survey to help us improve our services.
  7. Informing you of any products and services offered by other companies that we think may be of interest, provided that you choose to receive this information*.
  8. Verifying that you are an authorised client if you contact the centre (for reasons of security, you may be asked for some of the details you provided during any registration process).

If you are a Gaia client, you may, at any time, change your mind about receiving information from us, or other companies, in the future. If you initially chose to receive such information, and subsequently you no longer wish to receive information about either our products and services or those of third parties, notify us by e-mail. If you receive communications from us that you have not agreed to, please reply to that message with the word Remove in the subject line, to permanently remove your address from our database.


       Policy

Gaia Holistics’ Practices Regarding

Gaia Holistics does not currently use or set permanent cookies on visitors’ web browsers. The only cookie we employ is a CAPTCHA (for Form Control on various forms). This is an anti-spamming feature, which creates a session-only cookie, in order to block malicious use of the forms by spammers.

In addition to Gaia using session cookies on our websites, the following third-party features may set and access cookies on your computer, in order to function correctly.

Please consult these third-party vendors privacy policies for information relating to their use of cookies. These companies use of cookies is subject to their own privacy policies, not the Gaia Privacy Policy.

* If you choose to receive information from other companies we may sometimes, with your permission, disclose your personal information those companies. We will only do so where those companies have undertaken not to use your personal data for any purpose other than to provide information to you. If you decide that you no longer want to receive information from a particular company, you should contact that company directly. You should be aware that if you choose to give any personal information to another company, the uses to which that information may be put would be by that company's privacy policy. Our policy will no longer apply.

WHAT ARE COOKIES?


Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer, which hold information that a website can read. This information is used to allow the publishers of any website to provide you with a greater viewing experience. For example, cookies can be used to speed up the download for sites you have previously visited, or to authenticate your visit and prevent you from having to log in every time you visit the website, or to store information you have provided the website on an earlier occasion such as passwords etc.

It is important to note however, that although they contain information relevant to your use of cookies, they cannot carry viruses or install software on your computer. Web sites that use cookies usually do so to ensure that they give you the best experience when visiting the website. If you continue onto any web site that employs cookies, without changing your settings, the owners assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the websites.

COOKIE CATEGORIES

There are two types of JavaScript cookies- permanent, and session-only. The first one stores its information in a physical file on the client's computer called "cookie.txt", with the stored data "permanently" available. Session only cookies, on the other hand, store information in the browser memory, which is only available for the duration of the browser session. In other words, the data stored inside a session cookie is available from the time of storage until the browser is closed. Moving from page to page during this time does not erase the data. Session only cookies last only for the session; they are erased when the you close your web browser.

Cookies are further categorised into four different areas:

  • Necessary
  • Performance
  • Functionality
  • Targeting

Necessary

Cookies that are categorised into the 'Necessary' category are necessary in order for the website to operate and enable services that are specifically asked for, such as shopping basket functionality or online billing services. The website cannot function without these cookies.


Performance

Cookies that are categorised into the 'Performance' category are used to improve the performance of a website, for example, to collect non-personal data and improve how the website works. An example of a cookie in this category is the use of a 'splash count' cookie. When used on a website it records how many times you have viewed a particular page. On your next visit to the website, this information can then be used to determine whether you are taken to the relevant ‘splash’ page, or directly to the homepage.

Functionality

Cookies that are categorised into the 'Functionality' category are used to offer additional functionality to a website. For example, a cookie could store the region you live in, or the language that you have selected to browse the website in.

Targeting

Cookies that are categorised into the 'Targeting' category can be used to offer you more relevant advertising on a website and are used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement. Many companies such as Amazon, Virgin, Yahoo, use external companies to provide and serve adverts on their websites. These companies may use information (not including personally identifiable information) about your visits to those and other websites, in order to personalise advertisements on the sites, relevant to your interests or web browsing habits. For example say you googled Yamaha motorbikes, you might experience adverts on another site you visit featuring Yamaha motorbikes.

MANAGING OR BLOCKING COOKIES

If you would like more information on cookies, and how to manage/remove/block them, you can view such at AllAboutCookies and Network Advertising Initiative.

EU COOKIES LAW

You can find out more about the EEC;s legislation regarding cookies here.