Privacy Statement  and Squat Patterns. 

We love functional training and we teach our instructors to:

  • be CONCISE and INTELLIGIBLE when delivering workouts,

  • to not wear TRANSPARENT leggings or training tops and

  • agree goals that are easily ACCESSIBLE.

..and you know what, it so happens that GDPR also states our privacy policy has to be all of the above as well, what a coincidence ;-)

We'll HIIT you up with the main pointers below.

Data collection.

  • To contact you for class changes, studio gossip and events you may wish to book.

  • To know what to call you in a class

  • Should you fall short of breath, we have a next of kin to call.

  • To make sure you are fit well and healthy to attend your class.

  • We haven't yet but may use it to say hello on Social Media

Storing data, payment details and your right to hate burpees.

  • We store data on our booking system Bookwhen and our Mailchimp. both are GDPR compliant.

  • Your payment details are not held on site. Stripe is GDPR compliant and Paypal, well they need to catch up but like many of us the journey to be complaint can be a slow one.

  • We need to make you aware that if you have a gin or two and sign up for a newsletter, we may randomly send you one. There will always be a unsubscribe button for when you sober up and if you miss it, please email Natt at I don't think she is too busy and I’m sure Natt would love to hear about you unsubscribing :-)

  • Mailchimp is ace, it tells us when you open your newsletter and tracks which links you click on. Our team rarely have the time to look at campaign stats but in the event they do, we will know if you politely said you loved the newsletter but never opened it :0

  • You wish to leave, fine we hate burpees too let alone being reminded in an email about them! To be deleted simply email with the subject 'I hate Burpees.'

  • 'Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.....' wait no, that is not the right quote? Nothing feels as good as social media likes. Yep, that is the one. We may follow you but the best thing about this relationship is it can be ones sided and that is fine by us.

Ok. That’s it folks. No re-inventing the wheel for this one, we'll save that for our exercises. Did you know the new squat is now a plié? If that's too trendy and you are more of a traditional, here is the standard GDPR statement:

You may have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") that comes into effect May 25, 2018. To help comply with GDPR consent requirements, we need to confirm that you would like to receive content from us.