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This document refers to personal data, which is defined as information concerning any living person that is not already in the public domain.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which is EU wide and far more extensive than its predecessor the Data Protection Act, along with the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR), seek to protect and enhance the rights of EU data subjects. These rights cover the safeguarding of personal data, protection against the unlawful processing of personal data and the unrestricted movement of personal data within the EU and its storage within the EEA.

 

1 - Your Practice

Moon: Women’s Health is pleased to provide the following information:

 

2 - Personal Data

a) For the purposes of providing treatment, Moon: Women’s Health may require detailed medical information. We will only collect what is relevant and necessary for your treatment. When you visit our practice, we will make notes which may include details concerning your medication, treatment and other issues affecting your health.

This data is always held securely, is not shared with anyone not involved in your treatment. To be able to process your personal data it is a condition of any treatment that you give your explicit consent to allow Moon: Women’s Health to document and process your personal medical data. Contact details provided by you such as telephone numbers, email addresses, postal addresses may be used to remind you of future appointments and provide reports or other information concerning your treatment.

b) For marketing purposes, Moon: Women’s Health may also use the contact details provided by you to respond to your enquiries, including making telephone contact and emailing information to you which the practice believes may be of interest to you.

c) In making initial contact with the practice you consent to Moon: Women’s Health maintaining a marketing dialogue with you. Moon: Women’s Health do not broker your data and you can ask to be removed from our marketing database by emailing or phoning the practice using the contact details provided at the end of this Privacy Notice.

d) Some basic personal data may be collected about you from records of our correspondence and phone calls and details of your visits to our website.

e) Moon: Women’s Health will only collect the information needed so that we can provide you with the services you require, the business does not sell or broker your data.

3 - Legal basis for processing any personal data

To meet our contractual obligations obtained from explicit Client Consent and legitimate interest to respond to enquiries concerning the services provided.

4 - Legitimate interests pursued by Moon: Women’s Health
To promote treatments for clients with all types of health problems indicated for massage therapy.

5- Consent
Through agreeing to this privacy notice you are consenting to Moon: Women’s Health processing your personal data for the purposes outlined. You can withdraw consent at any time by using the email address or telephone number provided at the end of this Privacy Notice.

6 - Disclosure
Moon: Women’s Health will keep your personal information safe and secure, only staff engaged in providing your treatment will have access to your client records. Moon: Women’s Health will not disclose your Personal Information unless compelled to, in order to meet legal obligations, regulations or valid governmental requests.

7 - Retention Policy
Moon: Women’s Health will process personal data during the duration of any treatment and will continue to store only the personal data needed for eight years after the contract has expired to meet any legal obligations. After eight years all personal data will be deleted, unless basic information needs to be retained by us to meet our future obligations to you, such as erasure details. Records concerning minors who have received treatment will be retained until the child has reached the age of 25.

8 - Data storage
All Data is held in the United Kingdom. Moon: Women’s Health does not store personal data outside the EEA.

9 - Your rights as a data subject
At any point whilst Moon: Women’s Health are in possession of, or processing your personal data, all data subjects have the following rights:

- Right of access - you have the right to request a copy of the information that we hold about you.
- Right of rectification - you have a right to correct data that we hold about you that is inaccurate or incomplete.
- Right to be forgotten - in certain circumstances you can ask for the data we hold about you to be erased from our records.
- Right to restriction of processing - where certain conditions apply you have a right to restrict the processing.
- Right of portability - you have the right to have the data we hold about you transferred to another organisation.
- Right to object - you have the right to object to certain types of processing such as direct marketing.
- Right to object to automated processing, including profiling - you also have the right not to be subject to the legal effects of automated processing or profiling.

In the event that Moon: Women’s Health refuses your request under rights of access, we will provide you with a reason as to why, which you have the right to legally challenge. At your request Moon: Women’s Health can confirm what information it holds about you and how it is processed.

10 - You can request the following information:

- Identity and the contact details of the person or organisation that has determined how and why to process your data.
- Contact details of the data protection officer, where applicable.
- The purpose of the processing as well as the legal basis for processing.
If the processing is based on the legitimate interests of Moon: Women’s Health and information about these interests.
- The categories of personal data collected, stored and processed.
- Recipient(s) or categories of recipients that the data is/will be disclosed to.
- How long the data will be stored.
- Details of your rights to correct, erasure, restrict or object to such processing.
- Information about your right to withdraw consent at any time.
- How to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (ICO).
- Whether the provision of personal data is a statutory or contractual requirement, or a requirement necessary to enter into a contract, as well as whether you are obliged to provide the personal data and the possible consequences of failing to provide such data.
- The source of personal data if it wasn't collected directly from you.
- Any details and information of automated decision making, such as profiling, and any meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and expected consequences of such processing.

11 - To access what personal data is held, identification will be required
Moon: Women’s Health will accept the following forms of identification (ID) when information on your personal data is requested: a copy of your driving licence, passport, birth certificate and a utility bill not older than three months. A minimum of one piece of photographic ID listed above and a supporting document is required. If Moon: Women’s Health is dissatisfied with the quality, further information may be sought before personal data can be released. All requests should be made to info@mwhealth.co.uk or by phoning 07917 331204.

12 Complaints
In the event that you wish to make a complaint about how your personal data is being processed by Moon: Women’s Health you have the right to complain to us. If you do not get a response within 30 days, you can complain to the ICO.

The details for each of these contacts are:

Anna Glowacka: Telephone: 07917 331204 or email: info@mwhealth.co.uk

ICO: Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, SK9 5AF Telephone +44 (0) 303 123 1113 or email: https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/email/

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🩸Today is Menstrual Health* Day 🩸

Below is an important post from @bloodygoodperiod about the work they are currently undertaking. 

Support them in any way you can, such as donating or spreading the word about their work.

Their point about 'Health' over 'Hygiene' is excellent.

👇

This global day falls as we're seeing rising costs of pretty much everything, including period products, AND rising demand for what we do - because as household budgets are put under incredible strain, more people have to choose between essentials. And period products are bloody essential. 

This week we'll be
🩸 asking the UK government to recommit to ending period poverty - just like they did 3 bloody years ago (watch this space)
🩸 being hugely grateful for each and every donation, because that's what keeps up the flow of period products to anyone who needs them (you can donate at bit.ly/bgpdonate)
🩸 loving the fundraising events happening at workplaces, schools and unis (want in on the action? check out https://www.bloodygoodperiod.com/joinus)

*We say ‘health’ instead of ‘hygiene’ because of the way the latter has been co-opted by big advertising campaigns and in-store signage into making us feel that periods are UNhygienic. We say no to that. Read more here: https://www.bloodygoodperiod.com/normalise

#MHDay #MHDay2022 #MenstrualHealthDay #MenstrualHygieneDay #PeriodEquity #MenstrualEquity #PeriodTalk #PayingForAPeriod #CostOfLiving #costoflivingcrisis
🩸Today is Menstrual Health* Day 🩸 Below is an important post from @bloodygoodperiod about the work they are currently undertaking. Support them in any way you can, such as donating or spreading the word about their work. Their point about 'Health' over 'Hygiene' is excellent. 👇 This global day falls as we're seeing rising costs of pretty much everything, including period products, AND rising demand for what we do - because as household budgets are put under incredible strain, more people have to choose between essentials. And period products are bloody essential. This week we'll be 🩸 asking the UK government to recommit to ending period poverty - just like they did 3 bloody years ago (watch this space) 🩸 being hugely grateful for each and every donation, because that's what keeps up the flow of period products to anyone who needs them (you can donate at bit.ly/bgpdonate) 🩸 loving the fundraising events happening at workplaces, schools and unis (want in on the action? check out https://www.bloodygoodperiod.com/joinus) *We say ‘health’ instead of ‘hygiene’ because of the way the latter has been co-opted by big advertising campaigns and in-store signage into making us feel that periods are UNhygienic. We say no to that. Read more here: https://www.bloodygoodperiod.com/normalise #MHDay #MHDay2022 #MenstrualHealthDay #MenstrualHygieneDay #PeriodEquity #MenstrualEquity #PeriodTalk #PayingForAPeriod #CostOfLiving #costoflivingcrisis3 hours ago
We have a collection of beautiful sessions for you in June.

🩸 On Monday (not June, I know…), a soothing sound bath session, led by Jasmine from @findingbalancewithjasmine. Focused on puberty, periods & cycles – a meditative experience to connect you to your feminine essence. 

🌕 Celebrate your womanhood & power in June's Full Moon healing & meditation women's circle, led by Desiree from @sacredwisemagick . A sacred space for you to feel the calling to sisterhood.

🎶 Baby Massage is a wonderful thing to do with your little one. Roz Webb, focuses on babies over 6 months, with gentle relaxation for you, followed by a mix of massage, baby yoga & singing.

👶 Baby massage has huge benefits for parents & babies, including increased bonding & help with digestive issues. Anna Lawton @bumps_births_babies , focuses on babies under 6 months.

🔔 Join @mollyannechinner to mark the Summer Solstice, with an ambient soundscape of symphonic gongs, crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls, Sansula, & Koshi chimes to bathe you in vibration, soothing the mind, body & soul. 

☀️ Harness the tilt of the Solstice Earth to reflect on the line between personal strength & professional practice, with an intro to psychodrama. Led by Alexa from @gemsofmazal this session offers transformation through creative action.

🤰 A sound bath focused on Fertility, Pregnancy & Postpartum, led by Jasmine from @findingbalancewithjasmine. Find the space for you to unapologetically pour back into your cup as it travels through motherhood. 

🏠 Join the Home Birth Circle to explore your birthplace options. Led by experienced local doulas, @doulavaida & @simi.w.shah & with the opportunity to hear from a local home birth mother.

🟠 Cut through the mountains of info on starting solids, with your little one, with Anna's from @bumps_births_babies tailored session on food & feeding.

You can find more details on all these offerings in our bio or on our website.

See you soon 😊

#womenshealth #womensupportingwomen #newmoon #soundbath #babymassage #fullmoon #womenscircle #weaning #psychodrama #summersolstice #homebirth #nw5 #dartmouthpark #kentishtown #tufnellpark
We have a collection of beautiful sessions for you in June. 🩸 On Monday (not June, I know…), a soothing sound bath session, led by Jasmine from @findingbalancewithjasmine. Focused on puberty, periods & cycles – a meditative experience to connect you to your feminine essence. 🌕 Celebrate your womanhood & power in June's Full Moon healing & meditation women's circle, led by Desiree from @sacredwisemagick . A sacred space for you to feel the calling to sisterhood. 🎶 Baby Massage is a wonderful thing to do with your little one. Roz Webb, focuses on babies over 6 months, with gentle relaxation for you, followed by a mix of massage, baby yoga & singing. 👶 Baby massage has huge benefits for parents & babies, including increased bonding & help with digestive issues. Anna Lawton @bumps_births_babies , focuses on babies under 6 months. 🔔 Join @mollyannechinner to mark the Summer Solstice, with an ambient soundscape of symphonic gongs, crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls, Sansula, & Koshi chimes to bathe you in vibration, soothing the mind, body & soul. ☀️ Harness the tilt of the Solstice Earth to reflect on the line between personal strength & professional practice, with an intro to psychodrama. Led by Alexa from @gemsofmazal this session offers transformation through creative action. 🤰 A sound bath focused on Fertility, Pregnancy & Postpartum, led by Jasmine from @findingbalancewithjasmine. Find the space for you to unapologetically pour back into your cup as it travels through motherhood. 🏠 Join the Home Birth Circle to explore your birthplace options. Led by experienced local doulas, @doulavaida & @simi.w.shah & with the opportunity to hear from a local home birth mother. 🟠 Cut through the mountains of info on starting solids, with your little one, with Anna's from @bumps_births_babies tailored session on food & feeding. You can find more details on all these offerings in our bio or on our website. See you soon 😊 #womenshealth #womensupportingwomen #newmoon #soundbath #babymassage #fullmoon #womenscircle #weaning #psychodrama #summersolstice #homebirth #nw5 #dartmouthpark #kentishtown #tufnellpark19 hours ago
Gutted that I won't be able to make this event this evening (mama life)... I first heard @elinorcleghorn speak earlier this year and was hoping to catch her again as I eagerly await the paperback release of her Unwell Women book.

I have a ticket, that I don't want to go to waste, here are the deets:

7pm - 8pm
Thursday 26th May (today)
The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret
9a St Thomas St, London SE1 9RY

Here's the official blurb about the event 👇

Throughout its long history, medicine – as a form of knowledge and a practical art of healing – has always reflected and endorsed social and cultural ideas about who women are and how they should live. As modern medicine progressed from its foundations in ancient Greece, sexist theories about women’s bodies and minds as naturally defective and delirious continued to shape emerging medical understanding. 

From the notion of the ‘wandering womb’ to the persecution of women for acts of witchcraft, and from the doctrine of female nervousness in the 18th century to the precedent of hysteria in the 19th century, medicine for women was continually influenced by pervasive myths of womanhood and femininity. 

In this talk, Dr Elinor Cleghorn races through the early history of male-dominated medicine from the antiquity to the late 19th century, revealing how this egregious gender mythologising justified some often harrowing medical and surgical interventions into so-called ‘women’s troubles.’ 

Along the way, Elinor will introduce a cast of extraordinary women – physicians, surgeons, writers, activists, and patients – who courageously challenged medical misogyny and rewrote the history of women’s bodies, minds, and lives.

Drop me a DM if you'd like me to forward you the ticket - you won't regret it ☺️
Gutted that I won't be able to make this event this evening (mama life)... I first heard @elinorcleghorn speak earlier this year and was hoping to catch her again as I eagerly await the paperback release of her Unwell Women book. I have a ticket, that I don't want to go to waste, here are the deets: 7pm - 8pm Thursday 26th May (today) The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret 9a St Thomas St, London SE1 9RY Here's the official blurb about the event 👇 Throughout its long history, medicine – as a form of knowledge and a practical art of healing – has always reflected and endorsed social and cultural ideas about who women are and how they should live. As modern medicine progressed from its foundations in ancient Greece, sexist theories about women’s bodies and minds as naturally defective and delirious continued to shape emerging medical understanding. From the notion of the ‘wandering womb’ to the persecution of women for acts of witchcraft, and from the doctrine of female nervousness in the 18th century to the precedent of hysteria in the 19th century, medicine for women was continually influenced by pervasive myths of womanhood and femininity. In this talk, Dr Elinor Cleghorn races through the early history of male-dominated medicine from the antiquity to the late 19th century, revealing how this egregious gender mythologising justified some often harrowing medical and surgical interventions into so-called ‘women’s troubles.’ Along the way, Elinor will introduce a cast of extraordinary women – physicians, surgeons, writers, activists, and patients – who courageously challenged medical misogyny and rewrote the history of women’s bodies, minds, and lives. Drop me a DM if you'd like me to forward you the ticket - you won't regret it ☺️2 days ago
Have you heard of Craniosacral Therapy (CST)? Did you know about its potentially positive effects for mothers, babies and children?

We are very lucky that Kate Leftley offers this beautiful treatment from Moon on Thursdays.

CST supports your body’s innate ability to balance, restore and heal itself, as well as helping to reduce stress and build your underlying energy. Kate senses tensions in the body and helps to release them in a supported and comfortable way. 

CST has a good reputation for its effectiveness in helping women in pregnancy and for many of the ailments of young babies and children. This gentle treatment can ease backache, improve digestive problems of pregnancy and give much-needed relaxation. 

From the moment of conception, a child’s life is a whirlwind of change and development. These many changes bring along their own challenges and it can be helpful to have a range of supportive “tools” to address the issues. CST is one such tool and is ideal for babies and children since the touch is extremely gentle and there is no need for clothing to be removed.

Parents commonly bring their babies for craniosacral therapy treatment if they are suffering from colic or other digestive problems, are unsettled or have problems sleeping.

Kate will respond to what she feels in your or your child's body, so that a person of any age can be said to direct the session. This is vitally important when working with a child who may understandably have little control over some aspects of their life and wellbeing. CST enables them to begin the important process of being aware of, and responsible for, their own physical and emotional health. If a baby or child has had a stressful birth, CST can help relieve associated tensions and symptoms – perhaps enabling them to relax and enjoy life for the first time. It is not necessary for words to be used to convey how the treatment is being experienced, so it is ideal for babies and children with no, or limited, speech.

[words from @craniosacraltherapyassoc ]

#craniosacraltherapy #colic #reflux
Have you heard of Craniosacral Therapy (CST)? Did you know about its potentially positive effects for mothers, babies and children? We are very lucky that Kate Leftley offers this beautiful treatment from Moon on Thursdays. CST supports your body’s innate ability to balance, restore and heal itself, as well as helping to reduce stress and build your underlying energy. Kate senses tensions in the body and helps to release them in a supported and comfortable way. CST has a good reputation for its effectiveness in helping women in pregnancy and for many of the ailments of young babies and children. This gentle treatment can ease backache, improve digestive problems of pregnancy and give much-needed relaxation. From the moment of conception, a child’s life is a whirlwind of change and development. These many changes bring along their own challenges and it can be helpful to have a range of supportive “tools” to address the issues. CST is one such tool and is ideal for babies and children since the touch is extremely gentle and there is no need for clothing to be removed. Parents commonly bring their babies for craniosacral therapy treatment if they are suffering from colic or other digestive problems, are unsettled or have problems sleeping. Kate will respond to what she feels in your or your child's body, so that a person of any age can be said to direct the session. This is vitally important when working with a child who may understandably have little control over some aspects of their life and wellbeing. CST enables them to begin the important process of being aware of, and responsible for, their own physical and emotional health. If a baby or child has had a stressful birth, CST can help relieve associated tensions and symptoms – perhaps enabling them to relax and enjoy life for the first time. It is not necessary for words to be used to convey how the treatment is being experienced, so it is ideal for babies and children with no, or limited, speech. [words from @craniosacraltherapyassoc ] #craniosacraltherapy #colic #reflux2 days ago
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