Published: 1 June 2023

Spirri AB's Code of Conduct and Ethical principles


Spirri's Ethical Principles sets forth how we are expected to interact with our stakeholders, colleagues, customers and with the outside world. It is a set of principles that we should comply with in our daily work and which describes our common culture. The Code may, however, not address every situation we face at work. Therefore, the Code is by no means a substitute for our good and unbiased judgment. We must remember that each of us is responsible for our own actions.

These Ethical Principles have been approved by the board of Spirri AB. It is reviewed on an annual basis and revised when necessary.


Our vision is to offer the world's leading digital booking platform and community within holistic health, spirituality and personal development. We view ourselves as a complement to clinical healthcare, not a replacement. We want all clients and practitioners to be safe on our platform and it is therefore our top priority to ensure a high degree of quality and professionalism.

We are all here to be role models as individuals and as united as a company and brand. By maintaining high ethical standards, staying committed to our values and continually making ourselves deliver upon the trust and respect, we will be able to stand strong and embrace the future we're shaping together.

Rating system: in order to track practitioner quality we use a rating system on the platform. The general rule is to be on three (3) or above to stay on the Spirri platform. If a practitioner's review is under 3, the account will be subject to review.

Spirri requests that practitioners comply with the general rules of conduct adopted by the Swedish association of Mediums (Mediumförbundet). Practitioner understands that practitioner does not enter into a contract or any other rules directly with Mediumförbundet. Any contracts entered into are directly with Spirri AB.

  • I will accurately represent my qualifications, expertise and experience as a practitioner.
  • I will show a description of what the services include so clients know what they can expect and what they are paying for.
  • I shall not ask leading questions when presenting evidence.
  • I will focus on delivering a service or information that has a good purpose and helps my clients.
  • My clients should feel uplifted after a consultation with me. I will never diagnose or make predictions about death, serious illness or accidents.
  • I refrain from conveying messages that are controlling and risk countering the personal will.
  • If necessary, I will refer my clients to other professions, for example psychologists, therapists, psychiatrists, and medical health practitioners.
  • I will not intentionally exploit or misuse information obtained through a customer relationship. This means that I will never use such information for my personal, professional or financial benefit.
  • I am aware of the importance of creating public trust. I will therefore behave in a way that gives acceptance to my professional practice
  • I have a duty of confidentiality and may not disclose data and information about my clients to outsiders.
  • I have a positive basic attitude towards other spiritual practitioners and foster good relationships with people in the industry.
  • I accept and respect that we are all different.

Compliance with the law

We comply with all national and international laws and regulations which apply to the Company's business. This includes, but is not limited to, applicable competition laws, general data protection regulations, work environment regulations, tax laws and anti-corruption regulations.

All stakeholders, acting on the Company's behalf, must protect the company's legality. Violation of law may cause major damage to the Company and its reputation.

The Code of Conduct addresses Spirris's commitment to conduct business ethically and the rules that we all adhere to. These include:

  • Respecting our individual human rights
  • Ensuring health and safety at all times
  • Encouraging a culture of trust, wellbeing and inclusion
  • Ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and being mindful of how these differ across all of the countries we work and do business in.
  • Protecting company assets and confidential company information.

Reporting concerns

If any stakeholder has questions or concerns, they are encouraged to contact If you have any concerns about a suspected violation of the law, an unethical situation, or a breach of the Code of Conduct you should report this immediately to the CEO at Spirri takes this very seriously and will investigate any claim of a possible violation of the Code of Conduct, our guidelines, or the law.