Privacy Policy

Purpose, scope and modification of the information.

The operator of the www.mindfulacademyint, Kathy Ward (hereinafter referred to as the Service Provider/Data Controller), informs the Users below about data processing on the website in accordance with Regulation No. 2016/679 of the European Parliament and Council on the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter: GDPR) and the domestic legislation, CXII of 2011 on the right to information self-determination and freedom of information. in accordance with the Act (hereinafter: Infotv.).

The temporal validity of this data management policy lasts from May 25, 2018 until its withdrawal.

The Service Provider may unilaterally modify this Data Management Information at any time. The information on data management is published on the website and comes into effect upon its publication.

What personal data do we collect and for what purpose do we collect it?

Contact form:

You can contact me HERE if you have any questions. The content of the sent form and the date of sending are saved by the system, and these data are kept indefinitely. We do not use it for marketing or other purposes, we do not pass it on to third parties. You can request that we delete your data from the system at any time.

Application forms

You can apply for Mindful Coaching, MBSR and MBCT courses, Supervision, Qualified Mindfulness Teacher qualification, Certified Mindfulness Teacher qualification, or request Mental Health in the Workplace support by filling out a contact form.

The content of the sent form and the date of sending are saved by the system, and these data are kept indefinitely. We do not use it for marketing or other purposes, we do not pass it on to third parties. You can request that we delete your data from the system at any time.

The handling of the data is covered by the Adult Education Act regulated by the law itself.


We use “cookies” (hereinafter “cookies”) on our website. These are files that store information in your browser. This requires your consent.

Cookies are regulated by Act C of 2003 on electronic communications, Act CVIII of 2001 on certain issues of electronic commercial services and services related to the information society. act and we use it in accordance with the regulations of the European Union.

Websites that operate within the countries of the European Union must request the users’ consent to use “cookies” and to store them on the user’s computer or other device.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that contain letters and numbers. A cookie is a means of information exchange between the web server and the user’s browser. These data files are non-executable, free of spyware and viruses, and cannot access the contents of users’ hard drives.

What can cookies be used for?

With the help of information sent by cookies, internet browsers can be recognized more easily, so that users receive relevant and “personalized” content.

Cookies make browsing more convenient, including requests related to online data security and relevant advertising. With the help of cookies, website operators can create anonymous statistics about the habits of website visitors. By using these, the editors of the site can customize the look and content of the site even more.

Do cookies contain personal data?

Most “cookies” do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify users. The stored data is necessary for more convenient browsing, and is stored in such a way that unauthorized persons cannot access it.

Safety and data security information:

Cookies are not viruses or spyware. Since they are plain text files, they cannot be run, so they cannot be considered programs. Since the device used for internet browsing and the web servers communicate continuously, so they send data back and forth, therefore if an attacker (hacker) intervenes in the process, he can extract the information stored by the “cookies”. One reason for this could be, for example, an improperly encrypted Internet (WiFi) setting. Using this gap, they can extract data from cookies.

Managing and deleting cookies

Cookies can be deleted or disabled in the browser programs used. Browsers allow the placement of cookies by default. This can be disabled in the browser settings, as well as the existing ones can be deleted. In addition, it is also possible to set the browser to notify the user when a cookie is sent to the device. It is important to emphasize, however, that blocking or restricting these files impairs the browsing experience, and errors may also occur in the functionality of the website.

The setting options are usually found in the browser’s “Options” or “Settings” menu. Each web browser is different, so please use the appropriate settings. use the “Help” menu of your search engine.
To disable anonymous Google Analytics cookies, you can install a so-called “Google Analytics plug-in” in your browser, which prevents the website from sending information about you to Google Analytics.

Our website uses the following cookies:

Indispensable cookies: their use is essential for website navigation and the functioning of website functions. Without accepting them, the website or some of its parts may not be displayed or displayed incorrectly.

Functional cookies: the purpose of these cookies is to improve the user experience. They detect and store, for example, the device with which you opened the website, or the data you previously provided and requested to be stored: for example, automatic login, user changes made by you in the selected language, text size, font or other customizable elements of the website. These cookies do not track your activity on other websites. However, the information they collect may include personally identifiable information that you have shared.

Analytical cookies: these help us distinguish between website visitors and collect data about how visitors behave on the website. With these cookies, we ensure, for example, that the website remembers your login in the cases you request. They do not collect information that can identify you, the data is aggregated and stored anonymously. (eg: Google Analytics). We use the Google Analytics service to collect visitor statistics. The data is stored by Google, which is passed on to us in the form of statistics, without identifiable data.

Advertising cookies: Google uses cookies for advertising, for example to display, render, and personalize ads, to limit the number of times an ad is shown to a particular user, and to mute ads that the user no longer wants to see, and to measure the effectiveness of advertisements.

Embedded content from other websites:

Posts if available on the website may use embedded content from external sources (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from an external source behaves exactly as if you had visited another website.

How long do we keep personal data?

We keep the data for an indefinite period, but you can request at any time that the data concerning you be sent to you, or that we delete it.

Contact details:

You can contact us with any questions you may have via the contact form

Name and data of the Data Controller

Kathy Ward. Calle Navarro Ramon 29, Altea, Alicante, Spain.

Data processors, data transfer

We can use different companies to manage the data, and we forward the data required for the purposes below to them. The following data processor processes the data:

– Name and address of data processor: GOOGLE LLC (USA) Purpose of data processing: profiling, advertising, analytical and measurement services, display of advertising

Information about the transfer of data abroad

Google LLC and its member companies are listed in the European Commission’s compliance decision pursuant to Article 45 of the GDPR and in the Commission’s executive decision 2016/1260, as well as on the US-EU Privacy Shield List established based on these, i.e. the transfer of data here is not considered outside the European Union, data transfer to a third country and does not require a separate permission from the data subjects, and data transfer there is permitted based on Article 45 of the GDPR. These companies have undertaken to comply with the GDPR.

Data security

– The data manager plans and executes the data management operations in such a way as to ensure the protection of the privacy of the data subjects.

– The data manager ensures the security of the data (protection by password, antivirus), takes the technical and organizational measures and develops the procedural rules that are necessary to enforce the Info tv. and other data and confidentiality rules.

– The data controller protects the data with appropriate measures, in particular against unauthorized access, alteration, transmission, disclosure, deletion or destruction, accidental destruction and damage, and inaccessibility resulting from changes in the technology used.

– The data manager ensures with an appropriate technical solution that the data stored in the registers cannot be directly connected and assigned to the data subject.

– In order to prevent unauthorized access to personal data, changes and unauthorized disclosure or use of data, the data controller ensures: the creation and operation of the appropriate IT and technical environment; on the controlled selection and supervision of employees participating in the provision of services; on issuing detailed operating, risk management and service procedures.

– Based on the above, the service provider ensures that the data it manages is available to the right holder, its authenticity and authentication are ensured, and its immutability can be verified.

– The IT system of the data manager and its storage provider protects against computer fraud, espionage, computer viruses, spam, hacks, and other attacks, among other things.

User obligations

Within the framework of the website, any User, when entering his e-mail address and personal data, assumes responsibility for the fact that only he provides -correct – data from the given e-mail address and initiates an order. In view of this responsibility, all kinds of responsibility related to logins to a specified e-mail address are borne solely by the User who registered the e-mail address. We draw the attention of Users that if they do not provide their own personal data, it is the Users’ obligation to obtain the consent of the person concerned.

Regarding issues not covered in this Data Management Information, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, CXII of 2011 on the right to informational self-determination and freedom of information. Act, Act V of 2013 on the Civil Code, as well as other relevant legislation shall govern.

Privacy Policy Query

Please let us know any questions that you have about how we care for your personal information. 

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