Harassment means engaging in vexatious behaviour or conduct that is generally known to be unwelcome. Discrimination means any form of unequal treatment in any way and in any circumstance based on, but not limited to, sex, race, age, religion or disability.
Body Harmonics is committed to providing an environment where all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. No person will be denied on the basis of race, natural origin, colour, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, gender identity, gender expression or sexual orientation.
Harassment and discrimination are not tolerated at Body Harmonics. All employees, contractors, clients and Teacher Training students are expected to uphold this policy.
Reporting harassment or discrimination
All employees, contractors, clients and Teacher Training students are encouraged to report any incidents of harassment or discrimination witnessed on the premises of Body Harmonics (anonymously if preferred). You may report in person, by phone or by sending an email to [email protected]. If this is not a reasonable option, or if such an option does not remedy the situation, speak with the Founder and Director of Education, Margot McKinnon: 416.537.0714 or [email protected].
Management will investigate and deal with all concerns, complaints, or incidents of harassment or discrimination in a fair and timely manner, while respecting the privacy of every employee, contractor, client and Teacher Training student.
This policy is based on the Canadian Human Rights Act.