Privacy policy

In compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and in the national legislation that develops it, the USER, by submitting their personal data via email or by filling out any form on this WEBSITE, consents to BONZA PILATES S.L. processing their data in accordance with this data protection policy.

The data will become part of the files of BONZA PILATES S.L. to fulfill the requests made by the USER and, if applicable, to send informational communications about its various activities (event notifications, legislative changes, new services, training offers, etc.).

The USER may exercise their rights of access, rectification, opposition, or cancellation by sending a written request to: BONZA PILATES S.L., AVENIDA SOFÍA, 3 – 08870 SITGES.

In accordance with the provisions of the applicable personal data protection regulations, the USER is informed of the following:

 

Data Controller

 

BONZA PILATES S.L.

Tax ID: B-13766068

Registered Address: AVENIDA SOFÍA, 3 – 08870 SITGES (Spain).

Data Protection Contact: CLARA ALBERTÍ o OLGA CASTELLS – info@bonzapilates.es

 

Purpose of personal data processing 

 

The personal data provided through the website will be incorporated into the processing records owned by BONZA PILATES S.L. for the following purposes:

 

  • Managing website users and, if applicable, activating and managing user accounts.
  • Providing the services included on the website and/or providing requested information, whether via the website, email, or telephone. Emails may receive confirmation of receipt and reading.
  • Managing the contractual or commercial relationship established between BONZA PILATES S.L. and its clients and users.
  • In cases where the user expressly consents, sending advertising communications and commercial information through different means (emails, SMS, etc.), regarding BONZA PILATES S.L. or third parties (always through BONZA PILATES S.L., as a result of collaboration agreements with them), about their activities, products, services, offers, contests, special promotions, as well as various documentation that may be of interest or useful to the user, related to the company’s sectors of activity.


Likewise, in each process where the user provides their personal data, they will be informed of the mandatory or optional nature of their completion and the consequences of not providing them.

 

Personal data

 

In relation to your relationship with us, the following categories of personal data may be processed:

 

  • Identifying data (including signature, image, ID, email…)
  • Personal characteristics and social circumstances
  • Transactional data (payments, income, transfers, debits)

 

The data may come from the interested party themselves or, where appropriate, their legal representative.

In the event that the provided personal data belong to a third party, the user guarantees that they have informed said third party of this Privacy Policy and have obtained their authorization to provide their data to BONZA PILATES S.L. for the stated purposes. They also guarantee that the provided data is accurate and up-to-date, being responsible for any direct or indirect damage or harm that may be caused as a result of non-compliance with this obligation.

 

Retention period of personal data

 

The personal data provided will be kept as long as the contractual relationship is maintained, the interested party does not request its deletion, and they do not need to be deleted because they are necessary for compliance with a legal obligation or for the formulation, exercise, and defense of claims.

If the user revokes their consent or exercises their rights of cancellation or deletion, their personal data will be kept blocked and available to the Judicial Authorities during the legally established periods to attend to possible responsibilities arising from their processing.

 

Legal basis for the processing of personal data

 

BONZA PILATES S.L. is legitimized to carry out the processing of personal data based on:

 

  • The user has provided their personal data for pre-contractual or contractual relationships.
  • The user has provided their informed consent for the sending of commercial communications, for the installation of tracking systems that provide information about browsing habits according to the Cookie Policy, or for sending requested information through contact forms.
  • There are legal obligations that require the processing of personal data, in accordance with the services provided.

Transfers and recipients of personal data

 

All transfers indicated below are necessary to fulfill the aforementioned purposes or are carried out in compliance with a legal obligation. Personal data may be transferred to:

 

  • Public Administrations and the Judiciary.
  • IT service providers, including “cloud computing” services.

 

Rights of the data subjects

 

Users may exercise their rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of processing, objection, portability, and not to be subject to automated individual decisions with BONZA PILATES S.L. They may also revoke their consent if they have given it for a specific purpose, and modify their preferences at any time.

 

Users are informed that they can submit any complaints regarding the protection of personal data to the Spanish Data Protection Agency (Agencia Española de Protección de Datos) www.agpd.es, the Control Authority of the Spanish State.

 

In SITGES, on 31-05-2023

Cookie policy

A cookie is a harmless computer file that is stored in your browser and in the temporary files on your computer when you visit any website. It serves, among other things, to allow the website to remember your previous visit when you browse it again. Cookies usually store technical information (browser, environment, etc.), personal preferences, customization, statistics, links to social networks, etc. The goal is to adapt the content to your profile and needs.

A cookie is not a virus, nor is it a Trojan, nor does it open pop-up windows, nor does it store personal data (ID, bank accounts, etc.), nor does it perform computer espionage tasks. Furthermore, cookies do not personally identify you; they identify the combination of browser and operating system you use to access the website. Each browser can support different cookies and store different information depending on its configuration.

The browser is the software responsible for processing cookies, storing them, and, if necessary, deleting them or preventing their installation. Therefore, this website cannot guarantee the proper processing of cookies by the software used to access it.

You can delete, or even completely block or block cookies by domain, stored in your browser. Remember that this blocking may have unwanted effects, such as not being able to access private areas of the website, share information through social networks, comment on news, or even not being able to make online purchases because you cannot access the shopping cart satisfactorily.

This website is not responsible for the privacy policies of third parties with whom you share information through it or its social buttons, such as social media providers (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). If you have any doubts about this privacy policy, please contact us.

Cookies used

This website uses the following first-party cookies:

Session cookies: Their purpose is to prevent spam and ensure that the user interacting with the website is a human and not a robot.

User cookies: Their purpose is to allow access to the website through a username and password, remembering your preferences.

 

 

This website uses the following third-party cookies: 

Analytical cookies: Their purpose is to generate statistics on traffic and visits to this website. These cookies are owned by Google, and for any action related to them, you must contact this company. Google has Safe Harbor agreements to ensure that your data, even if stored on servers outside the European Union, is processed in accordance with European data protection regulations.

Social media: Social media platforms use their own cookies to share content, and video providers like YouTube use cookies to enable video viewing.


Disabling or deleting cookies

 

You can disable cookies in your browser’s browsing preferences at any time. Below, we provide you with generic information, considering that it may vary depending on the installed version, about where you can find the cookie settings in the most popular browsers:

 

  • Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Settings.

 

  • Mozilla Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Custom Settings.

 

  • Google Chrome: Settings -> Advanced -> Privacy -> Content Settings.

 

  • Opera: Settings -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Cookies.

 

  • Safari: Preferences -> Security.
     

We also remind you that many of the browsers currently available allow private browsing mode, which deletes cookies and browsing history once you close the browser. Contact your software provider for more information.