Privacy Policy

We take your privacy very seriously at [NAME] Meditation, and we are
committed to keep your personal data safe. Please see below for our integrity policy. Should you still have
any questions with regard to how we process your personal data, please don’t hesitate to contact us

Yangon Meditation
Room No. 1110, Bayintnaung Tower 2(B), Kamayut Township, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
Tel. no.: 09-42113-9996


  1. What personal data we collect and the purpose of collecting it
  • Through the booking function on our website [URL], you are asked to provide
    personal data in form of your name and telephone number. We also ask for this information if you make
    a reservation through telephone or meeting us in person while promoting our meditation. The legal basis
    for processing this data is that we have a legitimate interest to process this information in order to give
    you the introductory seminar that you have signed up for. We use the data to provide you with confirmation
    of your reservation, address to the meditation center, etc.
  • Should you sign up for membership at [NAME] Meditation we will collect
    your first and last name, address, date of birth, telephone number and e-mail address. We will also record
    information about the hours you spend meditating as well as certain steps you make in the meditation.
    The legal basis for processing this data is that we need this information in order to fulfil our commitment
    to provide you with meditation guidance. (Information related to previous students will be processed on
    basis of legitimate interest, see further section 2.2. below.) We will use the information for our membership
    directory, for keeping track of your meditation progress, and for the purpose of contacting you regarding
    reservation for meditation classes and to inform you about meditation and other membership activities at
    the meditation center.
  • On occasion, we receive queries about our meditation via e-mail from the general public. These
    messages normally include some personal data, such as e-mail address and name. The legal basis for
    processing this data is either consent or legitimate interest, depending on the content of the e-mail
    message. We will use the personal information for the purpose of responding to the e-mail queries. Our
    intention is to keep any e-mail correspondence to a minimum.
  • We will not use your personal data for any other purposes than the above stated, i.e. we will not sell
    or share your data or use it for marketing purposes, publish it, or transfer it to any unauthorized third


  1. Storage and deletion of personal data
  • The personal data collected in accordance with section 1.1 above is stored until you have visited the
    center for the introductory seminar, or cancelled your seminar reservation or where the circumstances show
    that you do not wish to attend the seminar. The information will thereafter be deleted.
  • The personal data collected in accordance with section 1.2 is stored until the membership has expired
    or has been terminated by the member. However, name and telephone number of the member may be
    kept for a maximum period of one year after the expiry of the membership in order to occasionally inform
    previous members about current meditation center activities.
  • The personal data collected in accordance with section 1.3 above will be deleted after the e-mail
    correspondence has ended.
  • Some personal data, such as names on receipts of payment, may classify as book-keeping material
    under Swedish law, and will therefore be stored and deleted in accordance with such regulations.


  1. Security

We use technical and organisational security measures to protect your personal data against loss or
any unauthorized access. We regularly revise our security policies and routines in order to ensure that our
systems are secure and up-to-date.


  1. Transfer of personal data to a country outside of EU/EEC
  • The personal data collected through our website [URL] is stored on servers
    belonging to the company WPEngine, Inc. based in the United States. WPEngine, Inc. has certified its
    compliance with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework (please visit for further information), which has been
    approved by the European Commission for meeting adequate safety standards. Furthermore, we have
    entered into a data processor agreement with WPEngine, Inc. in order to retain control of and safeguard
    your information.
  • In case we would transfer your personal data a country outside the EU/EEC in any other instance than
    set forth in section 4.1 above, we will make sure that such transfer is made safely and in accordance with
    EU law.


  1. Your rights
  • Right to information

You have the right to know which personal data we process and you can request a copy of that
personal data.

  • Right to rectify any inaccurate personal data

In case any of the personal data relating to you is inaccurate, you have the right to ask us to rectify

  • Right to erasure

You have the right to have your personal data erased from our systems in certain cases. You can
require us to erase your personal data if the data that is not necessary for our purposes of collecting it or
if there is no legal basis for processing it.

  • Right to restriction

Restriction means that you, under certain circumstances, have the right to stop us from using your
data and instead only store it on our systems. In case you would contest the accuracy of the data or our
right to process it, restriction applies during the time we need to respond to your claim. Furthermore, you
have the right to restriction in case we process your information unlawfully or if the processing is no longer

  • Right to object

With regard to some personal data, we process it on basis of the so-called “legitimate interest” (see
sections 1.1 – 1.3 above). In the event you find that the we lack such legitimate interest, you have the right
to object against it. Furthermore, if we would use personal data for direct marketing purposes, you have
the right to object to such use.

  • Right to lodge complaint

If you are dissatisfied with the way we process your data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with
[Data Inspection Committee], which is the supervisory authority for the processing of
personal data in [COUNTRY]. Please visit [URL of GDPR information
for further information.