Privacy statement

Data collection

Time for yin collects personal data of students buying a membership at Time for Yin, in order to keep a file of its members, for the exercising of payment orders, and for the administration of issued Time for Yin subscriptions. Time for Yin shall be careful while collecting these data and will always comply with the applicable Data Protection Act (Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens).
Time for Yin will also use the personal data as mentioned above to keep the Students informed about upcoming events like Q&A Zoom meetings and retreats. If the Student does not want to receive any communication from Delight Yoga, he can opt-out by sending an e-mail to: katrin@timeforyin.com or press the ‘unsubscribe’ button at the bottom of every newsletter .
Without prior written consent, Time for Yin will never transfer any personal data of the Students to a third party.

Changes or removal of data

At the Student’s request, Time for Yin will correct, add, remove or cover the collected data of the Student. This may result in the Student no longer being able to use (part of) the services or products of Time for Yin. At any time, the Student can request Time for Yin to give him information about which of his personal data are being processed. A request can be emailed to katrin@timeforyin.com.
In the case Time for Yin wishes to use information of a Student for an objective not mentioned in this Privacy Policy, Time for Yin will make a prior announcement, allowing the Student to object hereto.


Time for Yin reserves the right to make changes to this Privacy Policy. Please check this Privacy Policy regularly for an update of our privacy policy.


If you have any questions about out privacy policy, please contact us:

Katrin Kögel
Antillenstraat 35-3
1058 GZ Amsterdam


1. Scope and objective

In this document we have decribed how we deal with the personal data of students buying a monthly membership from Time at Yin. We do this with the aim of being as clear as possible about:
– what data we process, store and for what purpose;
– how we proceed as carefully as possible;
– how we try to guarantee your rights as effectively as possible.


2. What kind of data do we process?

We process the following data – if applicable:

upon registration for the news letter: the name, first names, email address

upon membership purchase: the name, first names, lastname, email address, zip code, place of residence, telephone number, Credit card information and other relevant financial data about, for example, payment of invoices.

This data is stored after active agreement on the Students part by selecting ‘Agree’.

3. For what purpose do we process this data?

When processing personal data, we comply with the applicable legislation.
We process the personal data for the purpose of:

Dealing with all practicalities around purchasing a membership, in order to be able to watch all the video content online, and download the files that are included in the membership. In addition Time for Yin sends a news letter to update Students about new dates for Q&A Zoom sessions, retreats (if applicable) and some articles for inspiration.

4. How do we deal with confidential information that you share with one of us?

If you are in Q&A Zoom meeting, or email correspondence with us, it is very obvious that you share personal matters with us, which are not intended for the ears or eyes of someone else.
You can count on the teacher not sharing this information with anyone else. We are all bound by an obligation of confidentiality and by the Ethco Code of Ethics.


5. How do we deal with social media?

Occasionally we post photos of festive ceremonies or teachings on Facebook. We only share these photos there and we will not use them for other purposes (unless specific permission has been requested, such as for the Time for Yin retreat flyer). If you do not want to see your name or photo posted on social media, you can indicate this at katrin@timeforyin.com


6. When do we process data?

We only process data, after you’ve actively agreed, to mail chimp (in case of signing up to a news letter) and google (analytics). We signed a Data Processing Agreement with both parties.

The data for Google analytics are encrypted and anonymous and we don’t share the data with google. We don’t use the Google Analytics-cookies in combination with other Google services, like DoubleClick en AdWords.

7. Storing data

We do not store the data for any longer than necessary for the purpose of which we obtained the data, unless there is another legal obligation that requires the data to be kept for longer.

We delete inactive accounts, pending order and failed orders within two weeks. In case of cancelled orders or ended subscriptions we ask if they want to stay on the news letter list to stay updated. And we delete those also within two weeks.

We secured our site with a SSL certificate and two plugins (Wordfence and Antispam Bee) and automatically generated passwords.