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The Sahaja Yoga Switzerland association attaches great importance to respect for privacy. It therefore uses all data collected responsibly and confidentially.

As part of its activity, the Sahaja Yoga Switzerland, whose head office is located at Rue Ferrier, 1 – 1202 Geneva, is required to collect and process information, some of which is qualified as “personal data”.

Personal datas

On the website, there are 2 types of data likely to be collected:

  • Data transmitted directly
    These data are those that you send us directly, via a contact form or by direct contact by email. The “Name”, “Email” and “Message” fields are mandatory in the contact form.
  • Data collected automatically
    During your visits, once your consent has been given, we may collect “web analytics” type information relating to your browsing, the duration of your consultation, your IP address, your browser type and version.

The technology used is the cookie.


Purpose and use of data

The data that you transmit to us directly is used for the purpose of contacting you again and/or in the context of the request that you make to us. This is mainly to be able to answer your questions and requests for information about Sahaja Yoga and the practice of meditation.

Data of the “web analytics” type is collected anonymously (by recording anonymous IP addresses) by Google Analytics, and allows us to measure the audience of our website, consultations and any errors in order to constantly improve the user experience.

These data are used by Sahaja Yoga Switzerland, responsible for data processing, and will never be transferred to a third party or used for purposes other than those detailed above.


Personal data is only collected after mandatory consent of the user.

This consent is validly collected (buttons and checkboxes), free, clear and unequivocal.

Storage period

Any personal data that we collect during your visit, through the use of cookies, will be automatically erased as soon as the purpose of their disclosure is achieved.

The other data collected, in particular via the contact form, will be saved for a maximum period of 3 years.

Your rights

Under the GDPR, you are considered a data subject if personal data relating to you is processed by us. For this reason, you can make use of various data subject rights which are listed in the General Data Protection Regulation.

These are the following rights:

  • Data Subject Access
  • Correction
  • Right to erasure
  • Right to restriction of processing
  • Right of opposition
  • Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
  • Right to data portability



To exercise these rights or for any questions about the processing of your data, please contact us at this address:

Legal notice

The legal notices of the site can be consulted here: Legal notice