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Article 1 Definitions

The Provider: Fatima Boutaka. The Consumer: The person who will follow the training, the parent or guardian charged with parental care, natural person who does not act in the exercise of a profession or business and who enters into an agreement with regard to a training at Mindful Class. Mindful Class workouts: a. All workouts have a physical and/or mental activity focused service. b. all training courses have an extra content, be it tutoring, homework assistance, life coaching, cultural competences and/or citizenship education. 

The Agreement: Agreement between the Provider and the Consumer regarding Mindul Class training. General Terms and Conditions: these general terms and conditions used by the Provider, which have been published on the website of the Provider, These general terms and conditions can also always be downloaded at:



Article 2 Applicability

2.1 The General Terms and Conditions apply to all Agreements regarding the Mindful Class training, both group training, individual training, coach sessions and training for schools, workshops and individual lessons. 2.2 By completing and submitting the participation form on the website, the Consumer agrees to the applicability of these General Terms and Conditions. 2.3 The Provider may amend these Terms and Conditions from time to time. The latest version of the General Terms and Conditions is always the applicable version and can always be requested.



Article 3 The offer

3.2 The Consumer can follow lessons on the basis of an 8 or 10-week Training, Coaching Session, in consultation a Separate Lesson or Workshop. 3.1 The Offer is made in writing or electronically and is valid for a period specified by the Offeror. 3.3 After the offer has been made, the Consumer completes the registration form that is sent to him electronically by the Provider  is made available on the website. Whether the registration form has been completed by the Consumer during an intake interview. gives the right to the number of training sessions indicated in the training, during the duration applicable during the training. With a minimum of 8 weeks. 3.4(b) Schools. 8 or 10-week Training with the Provider. The content of the training is predetermined, but otherwise depends on the development process of the Consumer. 3.4 (c) Separate Lesson and Workshop, this is a one-off lesson to be paid by the Consumer and to be taken at the Provider. 3.5 The current offer is on the Website. The Provider reserves the right to change the offer at any time. Any changes will, insofar as possible, be announced in advance by mention on the Website and/or by e-mail. 3.6 In the event of illness of the Provider, professional replacement of the lesson will be provided or an appropriate solution will be sought.



Article 4 The Agreement

4.1 The agreement is concluded at the moment that the Provider and the Consumer decide on final participation at the conclusion of the preliminary interview (training, tutoring, coaching). 4.2 The agreement is concluded at the moment that the Provider has received the participation amount due from the Consumer (Separate Lesson / workshops). 4.3 The Agreement is strictly personal.



Article 5 Payment and Price Change 

5.1 All the invoice must be paid prior to the offer to be followed in accordance with the payment term as stated on the invoice. 5.2. In the event of late payment, the Consumer is legally in default. He will be notified of this in writing by the Provider and will then still have the option of paying the amount still due within 5 days. 5.3. After the expiry of the new payment date, the Provider is authorized to refuse the Consumer access to the training. 5.4 Payment is made in one go and can be done by electronic transfer. 5.5 The Provider reserves the right to change the prices. Any changes will be announced in advance by means of a statement on the Website, and/or by e-mail if the e-mail address of the Consumer is stored. The current applicable prices are always on the Website. Mentioned prices include VAT. most recent dated 20-11-2022 5.6 Discount promotions are valid while stocks last. 5.7 Published data and prices are subject to typing errors. Which are published on the website of the Provider, This proclaimer can always be downloaded from:



Article 6 Duration and Termination

6.1 The agreement is valid for the duration of the chosen offer. 6.2 The consumer is entitled to cancel participation in the training prior to the start date. The Agreement must be terminated digitally by means of an email to A receipt email will be sent as soon as the cancellation has been received. Without this email, the offer has not yet been cancelled. A registered letter can also be sent. In case of cancellation, the following scale applies. After admission to a training course and agreement has been concluded, € 200, - incl. VAT administration costs will be charged after cancellation. After registering via the website for a training, € 50 will be charged after de-registration. If canceled up to 2 months before the start of the training, 50% will be charged. In case of cancellation less than 2 months before the start of the training or workshop, no refund will be made. In the event of cancellation less than 2 weeks before the start of an Individual lesson or workshop, no refund will be made. 6.3 The consumer is entitled to cancel a coach appointment or individual training appointment. No refunds will be made for this and reservation costs will be charged brought. This amount can increase to 30,- excl. VAT. After registration, a legal cooling-off period of 2 weeks applies for final participation. 6.4 The Provider reserves the right to cancel a planned training as a result of insufficient registration for a training. In that case, a new training will be offered or the participation fee will be refunded at the request of the consumer.



Article 7 House rules

7.1 All Consumers must observe the house rules - of the locations. Take local residents and other users of the locations into account on arrival and departure. In order to give everyone optimal (inner) peace, Consumers are requested to speak softly in the studio and in the other rooms. Wear clean clothes during the training sessions, in which you can move easily. Do not wear shoes in the studio. The locations provide mats, blankets, cushions, etc. for use during training. This should be treated with respect. The (physical) integrity of the Consumer must always be respected. Sexual behavior or sexually tinted behavior is not tolerated by the Provider. 7.2 The Provider reserves the right to deny access to the offer to Consumers who, in its opinion, do not comply with the house rules, as referred to in Article 7.1, and to terminate the Agreement of the relevant Consumer without refund of any participation fee already paid.



Article 8 Liability 

8.1 Disclaimer of Liability. By confirming participation in the offer, the Consumer indicates that he is aware that the Mindful Class training as given by Fatima Boutaka is aimed at a more attentive and conscious life and dealing differently with unpleasant feelings, worrying thoughts and pain. This is expressly a training and not a (replacement for) therapy or therapeutic treatment. If the Consumer is being treated by a professional care provider, permission from this care provider is a condition for participation in a Mindful Class training. The provider is not designed for mental health care problems and/or for acute urgent crisis situations. 8.2 Following training courses, Workshops or extra lessons/homework supervision and leaving things behind, is at the Consumes own risk. 8.3 the Provider does not accept any liability with regard to the performance of the Consumer. The competency training / resilience training, tutoring, homework assistance and life coaching are offered by Fatima Boutaka with the best insight and ability, but has no guarantee obligation with regard to the performance of the Consumer. 8.4 the Provider does not accept any liability for physical and/or mental injury, loss or damage related to following training courses, Workshops or during tutoring and leaving items behind in the space on the locations. 8.5 the Provider provides the following guidelines to reduce the risk of injury in range of motion exercises: If you have an injury or any other physical discomfort, always report this before the start of the training, Workshop or Loose lesson. Listen carefully to the instructions and follow them. Listen carefully to your body's signals and act accordingly. Perform the exercises carefully and listen to your physical limitations. Do not perform exercises that are painful for you. Ask questions if you don't understand an exercise. Do not perform inverted postures during menstruation. And enjoy!



Article 9 Personal data

9.1 The Provider collects personal data from the Consumers for maintaining its membership file (name, e-mail address), for the execution of payment orders and for administration and information purposes dated 01-03-2019 (name and address, e-mail address ). The Provider handles this collection of personal data with care, taking into account the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation Act (see also the Privacy Regulations – January 2019). 10.2 The Provider collects personal data left by the Consumer in exchange for a service on the website or have been passed on by the Consumer to the Provider by telephone. 10.3 The Provider uses the personal data referred to in Article 10.1, among other things, to inform the Consumers of The Provider activities and any changes thereto. If The Consumer does not appreciate receiving communication from the Provider or if The Consumer wishes personal data to be removed, this can be communicated digitally via e-mail to:



Article 10 Complaints

10.1 The provider has a sufficiently publicized complaints procedure and handles its complaints in accordance with this procedure. 10.1(a). The Consumer shall submit complaints about the performance of the Agreement to the Provider as soon as possible - but no later than two months after the Consumer has discovered the defects, unless this cannot reasonably be expected of him. These complaints must be complete, clearly described and accompanied by any means of evidence. 10.1 (b) Failure to submit a complaint in time may result in the Consumer losing his rights in this regard. 10.1 (c) The Provider will answer the complaints submitted to it by the Consumer as soon as possible - but no later than four weeks - calculated from the date of receipt. If a complaint requires a foreseeable longer processing time, the Provider will respond immediately with an acknowledgment of receipt and an indication of the period within which a more detailed answer can be expected. If the Consumer and the Provider cannot reach an agreement, a claim will be made before a competent court in Amsterdam.



Article 11 Applicable law

11.1 The General Terms and Conditions between Mindful Class and the Consumer responsible for the Mindful Class training are exclusively governed by Dutch law.

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