Data Politics

Privacy Policy
Ignatius Healing and Retreat complies with the personal data legislation in force at any given time. collects information about users and their visits by using so-called cookies or by the user submitting the information via a form on the website. is committed to protecting and respecting users’ privacy. We never pass on your information to third parties and we only store it for as long as it is relevant to your agreement with us.

The following is the privacy policy for
Every user of should read the privacy policy carefully.

Website owner and contact information

Ignatius Healing and Retreat v/Eva Høffding
Palsgårdvej 10 B, 8766 Nørre Snede.
CVR no. 20867302

What personal data we collect
In connection with registration for courses, retreats and other activities, we register via Therapeut Booking, where we have a security module:

– Name
– Your address
– Telephone number
– E-mail address
– Personal data that you have provided us with in connection with registrations.
– In cases where, in connection with a course, you are asked to submit a description of your situation and what you want to work with on the course in question, this will only be read by Eva. The submitted material is not subsequently stored, and both Eva and course participants have a duty of confidentiality in relation to what the individual course participant presents at the courses.

Booking system
Personal data is collected when registering via our booking system at Therapeut Booking. You can request to have this information deleted at any time. The submitted information is not used for marketing purposes. You can sign up for our newsletter if you wish.

Purpose and basis for collecting personal data
We will ensure that your personal data is only collected and processed in accordance with one or more of the following purposes:

– Deliver courses or retreats that you have booked
– Respond to any questions, comments or objections you may have
– Notify you about changes to our courses, retreats and various activities
– Improve security and prevent abuse and fraud
– Store personal data to the extent necessary to comply with the Danish Bookkeeping Act and other legal obligations that Ignatius Healing and Retreat may have
– Personal data is used to fulfil the purchase of a course or the enquiry in connection with which the data was collected
– Personal data is not only created by users interacting with Personal data is also generated from technical processes, such as contact forms and cookies.’

How long do we store your data?
We keep your personal data for as long as necessary to provide you with a service. You can ask us to delete your personal data at any time.

What rights do you have over your data
– If you have any questions regarding our processing of your personal data, you are welcome to contact us.
– You can object to a registration in accordance with the rules of the Personal Data Act, and you have the opportunity to gain insight into what information is registered about you.

Protection of personal data
According to the Personal Data Act, your personal information must be stored securely and confidentially. For booking courses on, Terapeut Booking is used, which complies with all legislation in relation to the Personal Data Act. There is also a security module in the Booking system.

We reserve the right to update and change these guidelines for the processing of personal data. In the event of significant changes, we will notify you in the form of a visible notice on our website. Changes will take effect immediately.

According to the Danish Personal Data Act, you have the right – to the extent that personal data about you is processed – to be informed which personal data can be attributed to you. If it turns out that the information or data processed about you is incorrect or misleading, you have the right to demand that it be corrected, deleted or blocked. You may at any time object to the processing of your personal data. You may also withdraw your consent at any time. You have the right to complain about the processing of information and data concerning you. Complaints must be filed with the Danish Data Protection Agency, cf. section 58(1) of the Personal Data Act.


What is a cookie?
When visiting, cookies are stored on your computer. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser in order to recognize your computer, mobile phone or similar for recurring visits. No personal information is stored in our cookies and they cannot contain viruses. Almost all websites use cookies. They are placed on your own computer to help you help yourself by enabling you to easily find the websites you have been to again. Most often, it helps analyze how the website is used to improve the user experience. Cookies are sent back and forth between your browser and a web server and contain information about user preferences, login and how the website is used.

How to reject or delete your cookies
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can block them, delete existing cookies from your hard drive or receive a warning before cookies are stored.

Rejecting cookies
You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your internet browser. Where you find the settings depends on the browser you are using. This is changed in the settings of your browser.

Deleting cookies
Cookies that you have previously accepted can subsequently be easily deleted in the browsers you use. This is done in the settings of your browser.

Embedded content from other websites
Articles on this website may contain embedded content (e.g. videos and images). Embedded content from other websites behaves in exactly the same way as if the visitor has visited the other website.

These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with this embedded content, including tracking your interaction with embedded content if you have an account and logged in to that website.