Coming Up Soon | Yoga, francophones and music festivals

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May 30th, 2014 1:30 pm| by admin
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For an activity that balances fitness with ‘zen’, Bikram Yoga Copenhagen offers Hatha Yoga to newcomers with certified British instructor Sarah Siddons. The studio caters to all levels and it’s a great place to meet new friends (Bikram Yoga Copenhagen, Ryesgade 23, 9:30, first class free; bikramcph.dk)


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Drink espresso, eat tiramisu and dream of Italy at MakkeKafe with the Italian Culture and Conversation in Copenhagen meetup group. Practicing a new language has never been more delicious (Nybrogade 18-20, 1203, Cph K; June 1, 15:00; sign up on meetup.com)


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Each month, the Francophones of Copenhagen go to a museum in a tradition they call “Un mois, un musée”. This month, their destination is the outdoor Frilandsmuseet in Lyngby, after which they’ll be staying al fresco with a picnic (Nørreport station; May 31, 11:00; free adm; sign up on meetup.com)


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Network with other entrepreneurs at The Hub. Now the CEO of a startup company experiencing substantial growth, Mads Schjølins’ s presentation can be enjoyed with a cocktail, or several, in hand ( Nørrebrogade 52C, Cph N; June 5, 17:00; 40kr entry and drink, buy tickets at eventbrite.com)


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If you’re craving a more non-traditional music festival experience than Roskilde, check out Klang’s cutting-edge artists and experimental contemporary music and world famous masterpieces (Republique, Østerfælled Torv 37, Cph Ø; May 30-June 5; 250kr for festival pass; klang.dk)


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Has the Thai Festival ever been celebrated in bad weather! Enjoy tastings, cultural performances of traditional dance and music plus Thai boxing, and enter a lucky draw to win a return trip to Thailand. All at Havneparken (Islands Brygge; May 31, 10:00-18:00: free adm) 

 

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