1.1 “Company” refers to Hotpod Yoga Limited
1.2 “Customer” refers to anyone who has booked a class or bought a voucher online
1.3 “Class” or “Classes” refer to The Company’s hot yoga sessions
1.4 “Terms and conditions” refer to this document.
1.5 If you access and use this website (the “Site”), you accept and agree to be bound by and comply with these terms (the “Terms”). If you do not accept the Terms, you should not use the site.
1.6 The Company reserves the right to change the Terms and therefore ask Customers to check the Terms regularly, prior to booking.
2.1 Pre-booked classes must be paid for in advance on this Site.
2.2 Due to limited number of spaces per class, we cannot guarantee space for customers who have not booked in advance.
2.3 It is possible to pay on arrival, without booking, however, it is at the Customer’s own risk – there may not be space in the class.
2.4 If a customer has purchased a multiple class pass, online booking automatically deducts a class from the pass.
2.5 Once classes are shown to be full online, there will be no more spaces available, subject to there being no cancellations. In the case of cancellations there will be a waiting list. If a Customer commits to the waiting list and is then given a space in the class, they have confirmed the place and are subject to the Terms.
2.6 Prices are as stated on the Site, these may change from time to time, but all bookings made prior to change in price will remain unchanged.
2.7 Identity will be verified for multiple pass cards. Cards are assigned to one Customer and ownership may not be transferred.
2.8 The Company reserves the right to refuse entry or expel Customers from the studio should their conduct be deemed unfit or should they be deemed to be in breach of the Terms. In such instances The Company will not refund the Customer.
3.1 Cancellations policies vary from location to location and will be stated on the terms and conditions on the relevant booking system.
3.2 In some locations, 24 hrs is necessary – and other there is no time limit. Where cancellations are made in sufficient time, credit will be added back to the relevant account.
3.3 Deductions from multiple class passes operate under the same terms as stated in 3.1 & 3.2 – if a Customer books into a class with a multiple class pass, the deduction will be made from the pass unless the cancellation is made within the relevant time period.
3.4 Unused multiple class passes will not be liable for refunds.
3.6 The Company cannot be held responsible for a particular session or instructor becoming unavailable. If an instructor becomes unavailable we will ensure – where practically possible – that they are replaced by another instructor. Where this is not possible, or where a session is cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, we will issue a credit note to all those who have previously booked that Class. The Company will not be liable for any other incurred costs or damages to the Customers from a cancellation.
4. Locations and Start Times
4.1 Our locations and times are liable to change from week to week but once it is scheduled online we will endeavour to keep the location and times as stated. Any changes made to the location and times will be highlighted on the Site and all booked customers will be informed by email.
4.2 Customers are asked to arrive to sign in at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the Class. The Company reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone arriving after the start of the Class.
5. Fitness and Health
5.1 The Company advises Customers not to take part in one of The Classes without first seeking medical advice if they have any concerns at all over their physical condition.
5.2 Customers with with low or high blood pressure or cardiovascular irregularities should not attend the Class without express and written permission from a medical professional.
5.2 The Company reserves the right to refuse access to any Customer if it in any way doubts the health of the Customer and their ability to safely take part in the Classes.
5.3 Customers accept the risk of injury from performing exercises in the Classes. The Company accepts no liability for injury to the Customer, except in so far as such injury is by law incapable of exclusion.
5.4 New Customers will be asked to fill out a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire, so the Company is better informed of the Customer’s physical condition. This form will also waive the Company’s responsibility for physical injury cause by the Classes.
6. Personal Belongings
6.1 Personal belongings brought to the Classes are brought at the Customer’s risk. All facilities have some form of storage space, but the safety of the possessions are not the responsibility of the Company. We do not accept liability for loss or damage of personal possessions except in so far as such loss or damage is by law incapable of exclusion.
7. Dress and Suitability
7.1 The Company request all Customers to dress appropriately for hot yoga. Details of recommended attire are featured on the Site.
7.2 Cleanliness and hygiene is essential – both of Customers themselves and their attire. Soiled clothes or poor personal hygiene will result in the Company exercising the right to refuse entry.
7.3 No admittance to under 16s with the exception of specific Children’s classes.
7.4 Shoes should not be worn during the Class.
7.5 Mats will be provided by the Company.
7.6 Towels must be bought to the Class by the Customer.
Customer Service Contact details: 40 St Matthew’s Road, Brixton, London, SW2 1NL
9. What we collect
We may collect the following information:
Contact information including email address
Your use of Hotpod Yoga services
10. What we do with the information we gather
We require this information to provide you with a better service, and in particular for the following reasons:
Internal record keeping. We may periodically send promotional email about new products, special offers or other information which we think you may find interesting using the email address which you have provided. We may use the information to customise the website.
We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.
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13. Controlling your personal information
You may choose to restrict the collection or use of your personal information in the following ways:
Whenever you are asked to fill in a form on the website, look for the box that you can click to indicate that you do not want the information to be used by anybody for direct marketing purposes. If you have previously agreed to us using your personal information for direct marketing purposes, you may change your mind at any time by writing to or emailing us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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