When you book an appointment with me, I collect your name, address and date of birth as these identify you as an individual. When you fill in your consultation form, I also ask questions about relevant medical history, hobbies, and activities, as these provide me with an overall picture of lifestyle that may impact your massage experience. I do not use this personal information unless I need to contact you with regards to an appointment you have made. 

If required by law, I may disclose this information. 



When filling out my online booking form to make an appointment or purchase a service, you are giving me permission to gather the information you supply. I will not use this information for any marketing purposes unless consent has been given. 

Withdrawing Consent 

I am required, for my own insurance purposes, to keep client notes for 7 years. Inactive client notes will be destroyed by myself, 7 years after your last treatment. You have the right to withdraw consent at any time. If you request this I will archive your notes from my main data, not use your details at any time, and destroy them 7 years after your last treatment. 


Amending Information 

You have the right to amend personal information you have given me, or to review it to ensure accuracy. If you wish to do so please email me on


Storage of Data 

When booking an appointment with me, I use Acuity which has an encrypted storage system. Updates are regularly carried out on this system to ensure security. 


Changes to this Privacy Policy 

This privacy policy was written following the GDPR guidelines set out by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). I reserve the right to change, amend, or update this policy to ensure accuracy. Questions and Contact information Should you have any questions about this privacy policy, or any of the subjects