Website and Online Privacy
If you choose to use our website, we may automatically collect anonymised information about your visit—for example: pages viewed; page response times; page loading errors; length of visits to certain pages; page interaction information; methods used to browse away from a page.
We can use this information to improve our website and to present content in the most effective manner for you and for your computer.
Here on our website we do not ask for or gather any information that identifies you personally — for example, your name, email address or the IP address of your computer, etc. Instead we only provide information and news about our services, which we hope you find useful.
What Are ‘Cookies’?
Think of cookies as stickers — when you visit a website, it might put one or more stickers on you so it can collect information about your visit. For example, to see which pages you visit on the site, and whether you choose to come back later on.
Some cookies — essential cookies — might be needed to make the website work or provide security measures.
Others — optional cookies — help keep track of which pages you visit on the website, to see which are the most popular.
Any cookies offered to your web browser by our website are instead coming from the hosting company we use—Wix—or any social media plug-ins we might display:
Some of these cookies might be needed for the website to operate properly. For example, Wix might use essential cookies to help protect the site against attacks.
Other cookies might be used to help gather analytics information: about which pages are visited etc, as described above. These optional cookies can be declined without impacting your use of our website or services.
When you first visit our website, you will be presented with options to accept, reject or customise which non-essential cookies your computer accepts and stores. You can do with no detrimental effect to the provision of our services to you. In addition, most web browsers have the facility to disable cookies and other tracking technologies – you should refer to guidance for your particular browser software.
When you use some of The Mindful Massage services — for example, our social media pages — any personal information and content you choose to share is visible to other users and can be read, collected, or used by them. You are responsible for the personal information you choose to share or submit in these instances. Please take care when using these features.