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Privacy Policy

Your Privacy on Mint Coaching, Explained in Plain English
We all worry about our privacy these days, yet most privacy pages suck! You go away none the wiser. That is why on this page, we want to be as transparent as possible by using plain English.

We haven’t created this page to conform with some piece of legislation or cover our backsides. We have created it so you know exactly what information we have on you and how we use it.

What We Know About the Average Visitor
The truth is we don’t know much about the average visitor to our site. We run Google Analytics that provides us with some minimal information about:

How many people visit the site.
Which website led them to
Which pages they visit.
What device they use.
What browser they are using.
Which country they are connecting via.
But all of that information is anonymous and we cannot (to our knowledge) access details on individual visitors.

Like the vast majority of websites, we run Google Analytics.

What We Know About Subscribers
If somebody decides to signup to our newsletter, we store their email address, first and last name and mobile number with MailChimp. They are the same company who send out our newsletter and have an excellent reputation.

MailChimp is one of the most trusted names in email marketing. They hold all data securely and take your privacy very seriously.

MailChimp will tell us if a subscriber has opened an email or clicked a link. We rarely look at individuals. Our primary concern is whether the content we are producing is of interest. That said, that data is available to us.

What We Know About Buyers
We sell our memberships and class packs online. We use Stripe to handle payments this for us and they handle all transactions, and we never get access to your credit card information or other payment details.

Once again, we selected them because they are a well known and trusted brand.

However, we do get access to a customer’s email address, name and what membership or class they purchased, as well as any discount codes they used.

We sell one or two things online, our classes being the main thing and we also sell some t-shirts, although this isn’t big business for us. All the products we sell are using a service called WooCommerce. For our classes, we use a payment service called Stripe. We store transaction data such as name, email address, billing address, phone number and child(s) name securely in a database hosted with

The merchandise we sell is through Inkthreadable, they handle all our merchandise transactions, and we never get access to your credit card information or other payment details from them. However, we do get access to a customer’s email address, name and what product they purchased, as well as any discount codes they used.

Once again, we selected both, Stripe and Inkthreadable because they are a well known and trusted brands.

What Do We Do With All This Data?
You might be wondering what we do with all the data we have gathered. The honest answer is very little.

We use Google Analytics and MailChimp data to help inform us about what and where people are looking for when it comes to kids training at a gym.

What we never do is pass any of the data we collect (including your email address) to any other third party. We also do not track you beyond We don’t even download that data to a local computer. It remains secure on the site that captured it (Either Google, MailChimp, Stripe or Mailchimp).

The only exception is those people who email us directly.

What Do We Do With Information From Those Who Email Us?
When people email us, we do hold some information on them. We keep most of that information on a personal, password-protected and encrypted laptop. However, we also have some data in the cloud.

Our email is via Zoho. This is secured with two-step validation, and they offer secure encryption to keep your data safe.

What if You Are Unhappy With How We Hold Your Data?
If any of the above concerns you, let us know. We will happily delete any information we hold on you.

If you are a newsletter subscriber, you can unsubscribe at the bottom of each email we send.
If you have emailed us, just let us know, and we can remove any information we’re holding on you.
If you don’t like Google Analytics tracking you on this site, then we could help sign you up on-site, just email us.
I hope you can see, we are as open and transparent as we can be about your privacy, but if you have any questions please just drop us an email.