Agreement & Cancellation Policy
You need to provide us with notice 24 hours before your session if you want to cancel your training session. After this deadline, it will be considered late and charged as a missed session unless you can change the session to a day and time in the next 7 days.
You will be invoiced up to 1 week before your first session of a training program. Invoices will cease when the client requests no further training.
Arrive On Time:
If you are late then we will remove exercises from your program to make sure you finish on time
Terms & Conditions
Testing, Program Design & Implementation:
The purpose of any exercise testing is to evaluate health status. There are a variety of tests that may be administered before receiving an exercise program. If you are injured, ill or have any reason why you should not participate, please wait until you are in better condition and notify your practitioner.
The training program that will be supplied to you has been designed to suit your individual training needs. We will always do our upmost to keep our training as safe and effective as possible. Our focus is injury prevention and chronic disease management.
Attendant Risks and Discomforts:
There exists the possibility of certain changes occurring during exercise testing and programs. These include abnormal blood pressure; fainting; irregular, fast, or slow rhythm; and, instances, heart attack, stroke or death. Every effort will be made to minimise these risks by evaluation of preliminary information relating to your health and fitness and by careful observations during testing and conducting your exercise program. Emergency equipment and trained personnel are available to deal with unusual situations that may arise.
Responsibilities of the Participant:
Information you possess about your health status or previous experiences of heart related symptoms (e.g. shortness of breath with low-level activity; pain; pressure; tightness; heaviness in your chest, neck, jaw, back, and/or arms) with physical effort may affect the safety of your exercise test. Your prompt reporting of these and any other usual feelings with effort during exercise is very important. You are responsible for fully disclosing your medical history as well as symptoms that may occur during exercise or testing. You are also expected to report all medications (including non-prescription) taken recently and those taken today to the testing or program staff.
Use of Medical Records:
The information that is obtained during testing and services will be treated as privileged and confidential as described in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. It is not to be released or revealed to any individual except your referring physician without your written consent. However, the information obtained may be used for statistical analysis or scientific purposes with your right to privacy retained.
Videos or Photos:
I give permission to Movement Improvement to take and use video recordings or photos for the use of marketing/promotion of the company (e.g. action photos for our webpage).