Coming Up Soon | Yoga, francophones and music festivals

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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