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Meditate like a soldier.

Teacher: Christian Kruse.

Help your body get ready for your day of moving by joining this communal morning practice. One hour of gentle yoga to wake up your system and start your day in the best way possible.

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David Kam from Malaysia

With 🎔 from Esther and Agnes and their entire team in the community kitchen.

With 🎔 from Esther and Agnes and their entire team in the community kitchen.

With 🎔 from Esther and Agnes and their entire team in the community kitchen.

you might think you can't hold your breath for more than 30-40 seconds. We are here to help you beyond that! In this workshop we will explore what you can learn about yourself from holding your breath. What happens in the body when air is not constantly available? What kind of patterns and strategies are being revealed from your inner world to deal with that situation? We will teach a few techniques to breathe as a freediver, they will make you safer for next time you take the plunge. We'll might challenge your limits, but the question is: Is the limit really the limit? No diving skills are required, but your face might become submerged in the wet element.

instructors: Peter Skødt and Ninna Kofod

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Ninna Kofod from Denmark

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Peter Skødt Knudsen

Sharing the challenge to build up 2 High, Standing Reverse Back Bird, High Bird... the easiest way and also transitions to L Basing, Lets get creative. This workshop is for all levels and for all sizes!

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Oliver Chamo from Spain

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Sharon Rubia Peregrina from Spain


From the foundation up I will deliver fun ways to find a good alignment, the needed body-tension and ways to play with balance for the ones, who are just getting started.

For everyone with some experience (holding your handstand for 30 seconds in the room), I will offer different intros and legvariations, maybe some playtime towards OneArmHandstand.

We will coach and spot each other - you will be held and supported at any time!!!

~> Because we can change (our) the world with our own two hands!!!

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Lucie Beyer from Germany

We will investigate the void and the silent step before taking action. Is this possible at all? To be still, to conduct ourselves, and observe before we react...

Wolfpack Group, a non-profit organization based in Copenhagen, will introduce you to an example on how they usually begin their regular Sunday practice, where the focus is to connect to yourself, the others in the group and the environment.

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Kasper Winther from Denmark

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Susanne Husted Nielsen from Denmark


Being part of a tribe means being able to move with each other. The meeting and connection with the other is just as important as the ability to be ourselves in the tribe; as is the ability to reach out for assistance and to help each other...

Wolfpack Group, a non-profit organization based in Copenhagen, will introduce you to an example on how they move with each other and how they try to cultivate tribal qualities that go beyond a person’s individual practice.

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Kasper Winther from Denmark

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Susanne Husted Nielsen from Denmark

Many mammals grapple and play fight as a way to build awareness, body control, agility and skills needed for survival. The human animal too can reap tremendous benefit from engaging in this type of encounter and managing itself in the chaos and complexity of a combative environment.

To use an analogy of language you will go from talking cooperatively together finding a common solution to trying to disrupt and win a discussion using your arguments to neutralize your partner.

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Morten Vinther from Denmark

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Emil Alexander Holm Thorsen from Denmark

This workshop will be a mix of static entencity and technical geekiness of Hatha yoga, and the lightness and fluidity of vinyasa. This allows us to gain a feeling of freedom within the body, provide us with stability for a safe practice, as we explore the range of motion in a dance like yoga practice, flying from backbends to armbalances and beyond.
Everyone can join as long as you feel in the mood for exploration and know how to set your own boundaries.

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Nicolai Boas from Denmark

Loosely translated to mean “circle”, Mandala is a symbol of the universe, signifying wholeness and our relationship to the infinite. Join David Kam for a creative Mandala Vinyasa masterclass which seamlessly threads asana into a rhythmic circular flow. As a community, we will journey from the dynamic (with plenty of opportunities for arm balances and inversions) to the restorative calm, exploring the multidimensional possibilities of movement to our desired scales of expression. Open to all.


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David Kam from Malaysia

In order appropriately react to stress in our lives, we first need to understand what it is & how our body-mind responds to it. This understanding is important regardless of whether your focus is physical vitality, emotional balance, or mental clarity.

This lecture will provide you with the knowledge and tools to understand:
- (Neuro)physiology of Stress
- Functions of Stress & Tension
- Effects of mindfulness practice on building physical, emotional and mental resilience

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Dr. Francesca Mega from Germany

During this workshop we're gonna play around, learn how to keep the hoop up, practise some basic tricks and have some fun while doing it! No experience is needed and everyone can join. Even you that might be thinking: "Jeez, I don't think I can do it. I was never able to as a kid.".. Everyone can learn how to hoop. All it takes is a little practise, a tight tummy and a decent hula hoop.

So come play with me and awaken your inner child. It's gonna be fun. 🙂

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Theresa Johanne Kirkby from Denmark

In this workshop, we will be taking basic parkour movements and explore how we can blend them with other disciplines. We will mostly be exploring capoeira and hand balance inspired techniques and properties. This means we will be focusing on fluidity and detail-control.

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Pieter Shiffler from Denmark

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Anton Skovgaard from Denmark

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Morten Munk Christiansen from Denmark

Dance fast dance slow, let your inner MJ glow!

In this wonderful morning class, we will open up to our inner MJ, letting the music take over the body and mind, moving to our inner body beat and rhythm AAAU!

We will start with a meditative warm up and slow bodywork, followed by easy dance moves and free dance, where it’s all about expressing and feeling yaself.

We will connect to the rhythm of music through clapping exercises, as well as opening up to the healing power of the voice. We end this class with yin yoga and calmness.

Everyone is welcome, and each and everyone will be a special part of the energy, starting the day with joy and a sense of release, maybe feeling a high energy and some inner peace.

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Keren Or from Denmark

In this workshop we erase the boundaries between isolated movements, and work with tools and mindsets for creating fun and interesting sequences of fluid motion: "flows". This session will focus less on the strictly efficient movements from "classical" parkour, and feature more of the alternative, creative and playful elements from the broader movement arts palette. All levels are welcome to join.

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Christian Storgaard

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Daniel de Dios Peña Osmann from Denmark

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Arno Fürn-sinn from Austria

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Anton Skovgaard from Denmark

This workshop will focus on how to use parkour as a tool to preventing injuries within most movement-disciplines available here at MOVE Copenhagen. We will use the diversity of the parkour discipline and combine those with basic ideas about strenghtening of the joint structures. This workshop will give rise to different training concepts and drills which you can use in what ever training-method you are engaging.

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Marcus Udsen Grandjean

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Micki Midjord Petersen from Denmark

If you dream of one day walking and playing in the clouds, then this is the place you should spend the next 1½ hours. Or to say it another way - If you hold even the slightest wish of one day trying out highlining, then this workshop is a must go. In this workshop we will work with the fundamentals of highlining, from the mental aspect, mounting and managing a leash, to how to take a proper leash fall. Even if you don’t plan on going highlining any time soon, what you will learn here will provide you with a wide array of slackline skills that will make any progress into the sport much smoother.

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Søren Riis Andersen from Denmark

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Can Sahin from Turkey

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Samuel Volery from Switzerland

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Lyell Grunberg from Switzerland

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Charles Chillington Chater from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Who ever said slackline was just one person at a time? This workshop will provide you with a variety of ways to enjoy the slackline experience with one or many more friends! Having the help of friend is a great way to begin your journey into slackline or to help you develop that skill that you feel is lacking a little. We will play with you and have you bouncing, jumping, catching and throwing - all with the helping hand of a friend. So just grab a friend or show up and make new friends.

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Can Sahin from Turkey

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Nick Pontin from Australia

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Marc Thompson from Switzerland

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Sergej Kuhlmann from Germany

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Mahmod Nabian from Iran, Islamic Republic of

Its sunday morning and you need to get that last bit of energy out of you before you head home. But you have no patience for a formalized and structured workshop and lengthy explanations - what to do? Join this slackline workshop where we throw it all up into the air and explore what our bodies are able to do on a slackline after 4 days of intense movement. We will take any input, energetic or calming, that arises during the workshop and run with it to make a workshop that will have you leaving Move Copenhagen satisfied and with a smile on your face.

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Matthias Brunner from Germany

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Thomas Buckingham from Switzerland

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Charles Chillington Chater from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Sonya Iverson from United States of America

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Daan Nieuwenhuis from Netherlands

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Asger Limkilde from Denmark

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Olle Romberg from Sweden

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Sarah Rixham from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

A lecture on the nature of pain and how to manage it in a movement environment.
There are many myths about how to actually deal with pain and many myths regarding where it originates from. The picture is a complex one and I will try to share this with you based on my experience as practitioner and physiotherapist.

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Andreas Lorentzen from Denmark

We don't stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing. Revitalize your soul with youthfully fun games facilitated by Miriam and Paul. Move Family invites you to a collaborative workshop. EVERYBODY IS WELCOME.

Vi holder ikke op med at lege, fordi vi bliver gamle, vi bliver gamle, fordi vi holder op med at lege. Genopliv din sjæl med sjove lege, faciliteret af Miriam og Paul. Move Family inviterer dig til et workshop hvor ALLE ER VELKOMNE.

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Paul Breitenstein from Denmark

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Miriam Swarts from Denmark

Can we fly, dance, shout, crawl and while doing that remember eachothers names? We start Move Family by getting to know eachother in playful ways. Louise, Sofie, Poul and Cecilie welcome you and make sure you will have a soft but uplifting landing at Move.

Kan vi flyve, danse, råbe, kravle og samtidig huske hinandens navne? Vi starter Move Family med at lære hinanden at kende på legende vis. Louise, Sofie, Poul og Cecilie byder velkommen og sørger for at I lander blødt på Refshaleøen.

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Sofie Willems from Belgium

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Louise Augusta Jørgensen from Denmark

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Cecilie Hylt'en-cavallius from Denmark

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Paul Breitenstein from Denmark

Come and practice your standing acrobatics with the ladies of PartnerAcrobatics.com. We will work on assisted entries into standing f2h, h2h and reverse h2h. Experience comfortably basing or flying L basing f2h and h2h required.

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Emily Baxter from Canada

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Millette Nunez from United States of America

Jazz is very very exiting. Everyone is writing and composing. It is a conflict and a compromis at the same time.
In this flow we explore Jazz and how that can relate to our yoga practice. It is inspired buy jazz done to jazz music and you will also find smalle bits from Lala land. Its is all about embracing chaos in the controlle of asana. Try to let go of what you think should happen. Listen to your body and compose your flow while being led. A Jazz flow that might not make any sense but will take you around and out of your comfort zone anything can happen.

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Natacha Mathiassen from Denmark


If you want to start the day with greater body awareness, presence, joy and a deeper contact with yourself and others to great music – both soft and wild, this is the choice for you. Come, move and be moved!

In this ”Free dance” class you will be invited and guided into your body and to move and dance with what is “right now”. Everybody can join.

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Rikke Libak from Denmark

This co-created lecture will explore how we can use movement to forge deeper connections and relationships to other people.

It will look at how we elements such as quality of touch, speed of movement and spatial awareness impact the quality and depth of human connection - and how we can cultivate deeper awareness to improve our movement practice.

We will explore the implications of these findings using exercises inspired from the practice of AcroYoga and thai yoga massage.




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Per Jonsson from Sweden

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Katarina Blom from Sweden

Meet your new best friend, Mr. Airtrack. He's a hole lot of fun and can challenge you in numerous ways. Lot's and lot's of grounded rotations make you dazed like you where 3 year old and playing with your parents. No big impact training - just playing with air.
It's an open class where everyone can join in. MOTUS is joining in as guest teacher!

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Andreas Tang-Brock from Denmark

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MOTUS from Denmark

I have a broad understanding in teaching all levels at the same time, fusing a choreographed dance by giving the individual students the opportunity to feel a togetherness with their fellow dancers, in an uplifting high energy class, filled with love and laughter. Noting is to hard nothing is to serious . we are all in it for the high!!!
Cant wait to dance with you all <3

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Toniah Pedersen from Denmark

Kalarippayat - since ancient time a profound healing and martial art of south India. It’s unique psychophysical approach to human training make it of timeless and immeasurably value to anyone looking for a tool for holistic health, personal transformation and growth. Its fierce physical sequencing is deeply wired into our evolutionary consciousness, ultimately aiming at balancing our male and female aspects on a psychophysical level, its ultimate goal the realised state which the scriptures describe as ""when the body becomes all eyes”.

This intro is perfect for any yogi, mover, martial artist, dancer or any other practitioner looking to immerse into one of the original root arts of holistic human movement.

You will get a taste of a training unit and explore your strength, flexibility and mobility through the fundamental principles of the Kalari practice.

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Victor Wester from Germany

The history of Contact sketches a both vague and clear trajectory as an art-form of practice.
Vague in the sense there are no correct steps, no set style of music, basically no right or wrong. It is improvised.
But on the other there are the clarity of shared languages as we move, close together, sharing weight through touch. Contact can possibly look in a certain way, and at the same time take nee challlenging steps.

We invite you to our shared practice. Bringing in play and curiosity in the contact playground.
We promise up-side-down and rolling. Flying and supporting. Skills of surviving daring moments of being out of balance and, hopefully, a bit out of control.
Come and have a taste of shared weight in motion, the skills of moving through different levels, the possibility of receiving a happy-flying-face, the tumbling and wrestling art-form that brings you into a present state of dance!

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Johan Nilsson from Sweden

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Dorte Bjerre Jensen from Denmark

Join for a magical flow where we will explore our body and mind. Inspired by Alice in wonderland we will create shapes with our body and stillness in our mind. You will be guide gently from one posture to another that is stretchy and strong. Explore every corner of your body and feel yourself while we question what is reality and where do we find magic in ourself. Be open and surrender and se where you will be taken.

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Natacha Mathiassen from Denmark

Punch, slap, kick, push, laugh! Together approach fighting mixing drills, rules and ideas from different martial arts playfully. Everybody wants to move like a superhero and in this workshop we all get super powers!! Rough and tumble play is the way!

Slå, spark, smæk, skub og grin! Sammen leger vi slåskamp og blander øvelser og ideer fra forskellige former for kampkunst. Hvad er et godt slagsmål, uden sæbeøje eller trælår. I denne workshop får alle superkræfter!

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Benjamin B from Denmark

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Kasper Buus from Denmark

Meet your new best friend, Mr. Airtrack. He's a hole lot of fun and can challenge you in numerous ways. Lot's and lot's of grounded rotations make you dazed like you where 3 year old and playing with your parents. No big impact training - just playing with air.
It's an open class where everyone can join in. MOTUS is joining in as guest teacher!

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Andreas Tang-Brock from Denmark

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MOTUS from Denmark

A fun and casual fighting workshop! You will get very close and having to get comfortable being uncomfortable.
In this workshop we will playfully dive into our innate human nature of combativeness - facing and managing aggression. We will explore how to move efficiently on the ground, how to use leverage to dominate another person and most importantly you will experience yourself in a fighting environment, having to manage the complexity and chaos while controlling our emotions.

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Morten Vinther from Denmark

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Emil Alexander Holm Thorsen from Denmark

Most kids are naturally curious, climbing on things, jumping off of things, hanging and swinging. It is time for the big monkeys to join the little monkeys in the fun! Together, we will play and explore, get sweaty, smile and creatively use our environment and body to have a blast.

De fleste børn klatrer på ting, hopper ned af ting, hænger og svinger. Nu joiner de store aber de små, og sammen leger og udforsker vi, bliver svedige, smiler og bruger vores omgivelser og kroppe til at have det sjovt!

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Daniel de Dios Peña Osmann from Denmark

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Micki Midjord Petersen from Denmark

A perfect chaotic mixture of experimental movement, classical asana, self-inquiry, pauses, meditation, dialog and maybe a little contemplation to blow our minds.

All of this to bring the individual a step closer to Self-realization and the remembrance of our interconnectedness.

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Nanna Wagner from Denmark

In this movement workshop we will explore roughhousing also known as “play fighting”.
Can we cultivate aggression and what could that look like? We promise that its gonna be SERIOUSLY silly, intense and fun. Come play!

The keywords: Play, Exploring your comfort zone, “no ambition”, improvisation, Slap!

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Benjamin B from Denmark

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Jannik Elkær from Denmark

Parkour describes the efficient and energy-saving overcoming
of physical and mental obstacles.

We not only improve physical fitness, but also mental and character qualities. To include improved coordination ability and response time, Self-overcoming and anticipatory action as well the ability to learn from setbacks, the willingness to learn
your own fears, a realistic self-assessment and healthy self-confidence. And it's about respect in front of the environment.

"Flow" is flowing presence, an interplay of forces in balance. This interaction between outer training and inner attitude is reflected in smooth movements, natural body control and a fascinating lightness, which we can also mentally take into our everyday lives.

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Sergej Kuhlmann from Germany

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Arno Fürn-sinn from Austria

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Daniel Freyr Eliasson from Iceland

Join us for a fun and challenging workshop where you will go upside down and work on transitioning into your croc. Experience basing or flying shoulder stand and croc will be beneficial. Having food right before the workshop is discouraged!

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Millette Nunez from United States of America

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Lucie Beyer from Germany

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Thomas Buckingham from Switzerland

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Viktor Söderqvist from Sweden

You may have heard that ‘sitting is the new smoking’. It makes sense, our sedentary lifestyles commonly lead us into physical pain. Chairs don’t have to be harmful though; in fact there are lots of creative ways to use them as a force of good.

In this moving lecture you will orient using weight and space. You will use perception to go beyond biomechanics and explore efficient movement. Apart from sitting, we will also use chairs in a standing sequence that is as therapeutic as it is yummy.

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Bart Adins from Belgium

In berört we work with touch that goes beyond skin deep.
The class offers a space to share touch, allow wordless connection and letting the bodies speak.
Through a ritualised play space we investigate what kind of touch and movement that makes us connect outward and inward and how we allow touch to touch us deeply.

You can come alone or bring friends.

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Line Bangsbo from Denmark

This is a lecture to help you reflect upon your own practice (movement or daily) and thoughts on how to put that practice in a greater physical context.

It is also lecture providing tools and information to help you navigate a complex world of training and injuries and hopefully help you get back on track once you’re injured.
This is not a recipe for injury prevention because I do not believe injuries to be avoidable.


The lecture draws on physiology, philosophy and my own experience."

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Thais Hvid from Denmark

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Matthias Brunner from Germany

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Charles Chillington Chater from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

What if we instead of focusing on learning slackline, decided to use the slackline as just another tool play and enjoy ourselves, and then as a byproduct actually ended up learning slackline? This is the approach of this workshop. We will do a variety of games that each touch upon different aspects of slackline and then simply have fun on and around the slackline in ways that will suddenly having you walking the slackline before you even realise it. So if you are looking for a smile on your face and unorthodox slacklining, this is the place to be.

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Olle Romberg from Sweden

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Marc Thompson from Switzerland

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Asger Limkilde from Denmark

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Bjarke Rydahl Lohmann from Denmark

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Mahmod Nabian from Iran, Islamic Republic of

Moving with an aware and present attitude towards the surroundings is one of the key concepts of parkour. In this workshop we will explore how meditation and movement is connected and how we might expand our meditation practice with more dynamic and transferable actions. Move your mind.

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Marcus Udsen Grandjean

What if instead of focussing on learning slackline, we decided to use the slackline as just another tool play and enjoy ourselves, and then as a byproduct actually ended up learning slackline? This is the approach of this workshop. We will do a variety of games that each touch upon different aspects of slackline and then simply have fun on and around the slackline in ways that will suddenly having you walking the slackline before you even realise it. So if you are looking for a smile on your face and unorthodox slacklining, this is the place to be.

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Søren Riis Andersen from Denmark

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Thomas Buckingham from Switzerland

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Sarah Rixham from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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Johan Sakr from Lebanon

Contact Improvisation is a work of presence and balance in motion. And constant off-balance but in-charge. Using the momentum of falling with gravity, catching ones structure or riding the wave of traveling weight. We will explore the delicacy of precise relating, the dependency of shared weight and the pleasure of not knowing where we are going.
A shared point of contact, a body surfaces of any kind, can leave us in unexpected positions. Traveling points of contact lets us articulate and melt our postures into unknown beings, points of contacts and shared weight traveling through space takes the dance into fascinating forms.
Expect exploring the unknown, the unfamiliar, a conversation that needs equal amounts of curiosity, cracyness, care, listening, humbleness and joy. Come prepared or with any knowledge. We will fall, fail, try, practice and discover of a shared improvised dance. Expect being in physical touch, trying out technical scores, caring for your needs, listening to yourself, getting warm. All doe with care and inclusiveness where everyone is invited.

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Johan Nilsson from Sweden

With 🎔 from Aamanns.

With 🎔 from Aamanns.

With 🎔 from Aamanns.

Kalarippayat - since ancient time a profound healing and martial art of south India. It’s unique psychophysical approach to human training make it of timeless and immeasurably value to anyone looking for a tool for holistic health, personal transformation and growth. Its fierce physical sequencing is deeply wired into our evolutionary consciousness, ultimately aiming at balancing our male and female aspects on a psychophysical level, its ultimate goal the realised state which the scriptures describe as ""when the body becomes all eyes”.

This intro is perfect for any yogi, mover, martial artist, dancer or any other practitioner looking to immerse into one of the original root arts of holistic human movement.

You will get a taste of a training unit and explore your strength, flexibility and mobility through the fundamental principles of the Kalari practice.

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Victor Wester from Germany

In this class you are going to work on safe backbends and happy hips that will soften the previous day’s shoulder, hip and abdomen tension. Besides the tips to overcome your fear of backbending, you will learn lots of things that will deepen your practice.

This class is not for the beginner practitioners! Requires at least 3 months of practice.

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Muhammed Yunus Kürk from Turkey

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Bjarke Rydahl Lohmann from Denmark

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Mahmod Nabian from Iran, Islamic Republic of

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Can Sahin from Turkey

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Laura Liegener from Germany

How to become more explosive in your training in and outside of parkour.

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Andreas Lorentzen from Denmark

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Marcus Udsen Grandjean

Reshape your definition of balance by combining the basics of yoga on a slackline & on another person. Come see what it is like to play with your own & someone else's energy in a refreshing, new way. We will cover basics of the slackasana series including standing, kneeling, sitting, arm balancing, lying down & getting upside down on the line. This approach is a great way to improve your overall strength & balance for any practice!

Modifications for all levels--absolute beginners welcome and if you are already playing with these positions learn variations and drills that lead to smooth transitions between positions.

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Emily Baxter from Canada

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Laura Liegener from Germany

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Samuel Volery from Switzerland

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Alexandra Arendt from Germany

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Sergej Kuhlmann from Germany

Methods, pitfalls and technique to train without shoes in parkour.

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Andreas Lorentzen from Denmark

Shared movement takes place on a spectrum between fight and collaboration. At times acroyoga looks like martial arts, other times like one person juggling another and in blissful moments it becomes that effortless dance of shared intention. In this workshop Emily Baxter and Jeppe Skovgaard guide you into the power and potential of a well-calibrated shared intention and using exactly that to bring you places, that you have never been before."

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Jeppe Skovgaard from Denmark

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Emily Baxter from Canada

Trying to perform something else than walking can be considered a trick. So tricks on a slackline are essentially about exploring what is possible and about being creative on the line, and you can do this no matter your level. As we say - sometimes you gotta run before you can walk. So even if you don’t feel comfortable on a slackline you are invited to explore what is possible on a slackline. By turning to the tricks we will learn and explore some of the fundamentals of slackline from a different approach than normal. For the more experienced this workshop will also let you dive into tricklining, more advanced bounces and static tricks on the longer lines.

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Daan Nieuwenhuis from Netherlands

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Sonya Iverson from United States of America

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Lyell Grunberg from Switzerland

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Alexandra Arendt from Germany

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Sergej Kuhlmann from Germany

A deep-dive into the art of therapeutics to explore simple yet profound techniques both on the ground and in the sky. You will learn some essential skills of thai yoga massage along with therapeutic flying techniques from the AcroYoga practice. The goal is to cultivate awareness of the human body and how you can listen more closely to begin giving treatments with clarity and depth. You will walk away centered and grounded with a deeper sense of how the quality of your movement impacts your touch and your ability to connect with other people.

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Per Jonsson from Sweden

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Katarina Blom from Sweden

If we can stand on our feet, why can’t we stand on our hands? This empowering session draws influences from yoga as a point of departure to explore the delicate balance of weight and effort through components of breathwork, partnerwork and improvisatory games. As a community, we will play with yielding on our feet efficiently, then on our hands to gradually progress towards arm balances and inversions popularly termed as ‘flying’, ultimately finding lightness in movement and building self trust.

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David Kam from Malaysia

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Nick Pontin from Australia

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Lyell Grunberg from Switzerland

Without a solid foundation, any real advancement might prove difficult. Therefore the first thing we must do is to build this foundation, or in some instances rebuild it. The focus of this workshop will therefore be on introducing the fundamentals of slackline and what to always bear in mind when slacklining. We will go through all the basics - how to walk, balance and breathe, and how to help one another. As a more skilled slackliner, we will help you to overcome the barrier of simply knowing what to do and help you feel and become aware of what you are actually doing - a difference that might not prove so easy to overcome as you might think. This workshop will surely build the foundation for a bright future on the slackline.

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Laura Liegener from Germany

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Matthias Brunner from Germany

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Sonya Iverson from United States of America

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Rune Duus Bendixsen from Denmark

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Viktor Söderqvist from Sweden

In this workshop, we will be taking basic parkour movements and explore how we can blend them with other disciplines. We will mostly be exploring capoeira and hand balance inspired techniques and properties. This means we will be focusing on fluidity and detail-control.

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Christian Storgaard

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Pieter Shiffler from Denmark

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Carl Giacomello Scharnberg from Denmark

This therapeutic workshop with Till and Line offers you techniques from thai yoga massage to give and receive relaxation and healing. In the workshop we shift gear into calm presence, and discover how simple it is to feel good and get centered. The magic of touching and allowing touch will bring you new energy and good feelings in your body and being. No experience is necessary and you can come without a partner.

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Line Bangsbo from Denmark

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Till Heeg from Germany

Empowered women, empower women -- to take creative action to heal themselves and the world. Laurel Thatcher Ulrich stated, “Well-behaved women seldom make history.” Come reconnect, get inspired, and be empowered by an unconventional community whose revolution isn’t violent, but feminine, poetic and, like you, made of all things wild. Led by Tanya Markul and Julie Sichlau.

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Tanya Markul from Denmark

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Julie Sichlau from Denmark

This workshop will stimulate and nourish your body and soul, with yoga dance and mediation. The session starts with breath work, grounding and qi-gong and opens up to a full body. Mikkala will guide you through joyful dance grooves, full of passion, heat and sweat and the session will round of with rejuvenating and healing stretches with a deep relaxation in the end.

Dance is amazing for releasing old emotional blocks and tension. Dance sets you free and opens up to your true essence and joy!

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Mikkala Marilyn Kissi from Denmark

In this workshop you’ll have a taster of one approach to ‘flow’. You will focus on using visualisation and relationships with partners to enhance a state of fluidity in your movement.



Expect to discover new pathways in your body and perhaps new experiences of gravity, fuelling your freedom to comfortably (and curiously) improvise in movement.



Movers will recognise elements of dance practice, contact improvisation, and bodywork.

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Kasper Buus from Denmark

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Bjørn Louis Beuschel from Denmark

In this class you will spend time exploring some core flows and twists, leading up to Inversions. Yunus will then allow you to comfortably explore, discuss and hold each pose such as, parsva bakasana, koundinyasana I-II, and some more twists in headstand and shoulderstand. It will make you relax and restore, and allow the vibration from the first 'Om' to savasana.


This class is not for the beginner practitioners! Requires at least 3 months of practice.

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Muhammed Yunus Kürk from Turkey

Each time you move you are telling your personal story. You challenge old grooves and you explore new patterns. You can be more or less aware of that process, but ultimately movement happens and that changes your story.

Once you find the right movement practice, you have found a powerful way to tell the story of who you are and of who you – in your wildest dreams – aspire to be. That is the potential and the promise of movement and in this lecture we collectively discover that potential.

What stories are you telling when you move, what are your grooves and where is your movement practice moving you? Join this lecture and facilitated conversation to search for answer to these questions and find more depth and meaningfulness in your practice.

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Jeppe Skovgaard from Denmark

Learn how food, diet as well as lifestyle can literally become both preventive and curative medicine.

Not as a stand alone thing, but along with movement, sleep, reducing stress and mainstream medicine when necessary.

Umahro will take you through, what you can do, how food literally speaks to your body and how to navigate the many different diets and ways of eating, so you only do what is really necessary for you.

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Umahro Cadogan from Denmark

Are you the sticky type? Are you feeling silky smooth right now?

In this workshop we will exploring form and movements through simple tools and games. We will work alone, together in pairs, and as a group."

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Benjamin B from Denmark

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Jannik Elkær from Denmark

Join us to discover how a slackline can be used creatively to have fun! We might find ourselves trying to focus in the middle of a snowstorm, or we might actually totally forget to focus because we're trying to be a steam locomotive.

Vær med når vi finder ud af, hvordan en slackline kan bruges kreativt til at have det sjovt! Vi vil prøve at holde fokus midt i en snestorm, eller måske glemmer vi helt at holde fokus, fordi vi forsøger at være et damplokomotiv.

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Marc Thompson from Switzerland

Contact improvisation is a dance form where two (or more) moving bodies have a playful non-verbal physical communication. In this workshop we will in a playful and enjoyable way have a focus on: rolling, sliding and weight sharing. It will be fun and challenging and hopefully inspire you to take what you learn into your dancing and your life. The workshop will be taught by Elva Sol (7 years old) and her mother Dorte Bjerre Jensen.

Kontakt improvisation er en danseform hvor to eller flere kroppe har en legende non-verbal samtale. I denne workshop skal vi på legende manér fokusere på at rulle, glide og give/bære vægt. Det bliver sjovt, udfordrende og forhåbentlig vil det inspirere jer til at tage det nye du lærer ind i din dans – og dit liv. Dine lærere er; Elva Sol (7 år) og hendes mor Dorthe Bjerre.

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Dorte Bjerre Jensen from Denmark

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Miriam Swarts from Denmark

I am interested in our body´s innate ability to respond physically to the environment and its ability to trust its own physical intelligence. Our body creates space and it is space, and it is constantly be-coming while extending its skin out in space.

With a sense of subtle readiness and playfulness, we will in physical contact with other moving bodies meet the moment with our senses open. We will allow ourselves to move spherical with a clear powerful connection from center to extremities, while sliding, rolling and sharing weight.

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Dorte Bjerre Jensen from Denmark

In this workshop you’ll have a taster of one approach to ‘flow’. You will focus on using visualisation and relationships with partners to enhance a state of fluidity in your movement.



Expect to discover new pathways in your body and perhaps new experiences of gravity, fuelling your freedom to comfortably (and curiously) improvise in movement.



Movers will recognise elements of dance practice, contact improvisation, and bodywork.

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Kasper Buus from Denmark

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Bjørn Louis Beuschel from Denmark

During this workshop we're gonna play around with creating a flow whilst hooping. The thing that makes hula hooping so beautiful to look at, is when it's done elegantly, playfully and in a flow. It's when it becomes a dance between you and your ring.

We're gonna play around with a few tricks and combos to inspire us in our dance, but we're also left alone to tune into our bodies, feel the hoop, feel the music, let go of our thoughts and try to find our OWN inner-flow.

This workshop is fitting for anyone who has played with a hoop before (you don't need to be good) and feel comfortable with a few basic tricks.

Come get flowy with me. <3

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Theresa Johanne Kirkby from Denmark

We will look at the key elements of Argentine tango. What are the basics of leading and following? How can we move relaxed and effortlessly yet being clear and responsive? We will start from scratch and build up a small vocabulary to play (improvise) with.

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Niklas Levin from Denmark

This workshop is for those who wants to learn the basics of a handstand.

The main focus will be on preparatory exercises to build a safe and efficient practice to learn the handstand. Efficient use of wall handstands, drills for both alignment and balance as well as spotting techniques will be covered. As everyone have different bodies and skill levels, we will be tailoring the exercises so that there are variations for everyone.

We will also be going through strategies to deal with wrist and shoulder health for longevity of practice

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Mikael Kristiansen from Norway

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Sunniva Byvard from Denmark

Join this workshop and enter the realm of zen philisophy in a dynamic and active environment. We will try to embrace the nature of detachment through body-work and expand our awareness in practical setting. Everyone with a curious mind can attend this workshop, as we will go deep into the practice of zen as a way of living life. All you need is a curiuos and open mindset, and the will to experience what is around you”

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Marcus Udsen Grandjean

When is the last time you were flying on someones feet, or were running straight up a wall, or jumped into a royal throne?
Cecilie, Sofie and Louise think you should try it now…

Hvornår har du sidst balanceret på andres fødder, eller løbet opad en mur, eller hoppet ind i en kongelig trone?
Cecilie, Sofie og Louise synes at du skal prøve det nu…

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Sofie Willems from Belgium

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Louise Augusta Jørgensen from Denmark

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Cecilie Hylt'en-cavallius from Denmark

We work together. We inspire each other.
We explore ways to lift, jump and roll. We will make super slick and sick movement sequences and we might mess around a do a group thing!

Keywords: Timing, play, sequences, lift, fly!

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Benjamin B from Denmark

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Kasper Buus from Denmark

After two intensive days of playing, we give our bodies and minds a treat with some singing and massaging. Accompanied by Line Bangsbo and guitar, we will gently close the 2018 Move Family circle.

Efter to intensive dage forkæler vi krop og sind med blandt andet sang og massage. Vi lukker 2018 Move Family-cirklen, ledsaget af Line Bangsbo på guitar.

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Line Bangsbo from Denmark

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Sofie Willems from Belgium

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Louise Augusta Jørgensen from Denmark

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Cecilie Hylt'en-cavallius from Denmark

In this class we will practice different ways of performing dance and movement. We will work with simple methods for improvising and creating sequences of movements and performing for each other. We aim to create a safe and rich environment for physical exploration and for each one of us to share our unique expression.

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Thais Hvid from Denmark

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Sophia Maage from United States of America

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Rune Duus Bendixsen from Denmark

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Johan Sakr from Lebanon

Time to play or time to relax?

At Move Copenhagen we recognise that sometimes you just want to have free time on your own. Whether you want to review some of the things you've learned at Move, catch up with old friends, or just sit and relax and meditate in the sauna, this is a time for you to do that.

Enjoy and have fun – and help us spread that 💕ing feeling.

This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of highline and help you take the first steps or become comfortable in what you already know. Let us be frank, highlining is not for everyone. You will have to fight thousands of years of evolution that tells you to get down and into safety. However, this is the whole point - take control of yourself and take the step. Highline is a unique experience and we are glad to be able to offer it here at Move.

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Marc Thompson from Switzerland

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Alexandra Arendt from Germany

This workshop will introduce to you an approach to working with your body posture when slacklining. Body posture is fundamental for any slackliner and we will therefore make you think about and focus on the way you move and use your body on a slackline. At the same time the workshop will also provide a playful experience on how you posture influences your style of walking. A perfect stepping stone for people looking to advance their slackline or just getting into it.

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Olle Romberg from Sweden

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Samuel Volery from Switzerland

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Sarah Rixham from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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Viktor Söderqvist from Sweden

This talk is about how we can cultivate more inner calm and integrate it in our movement practice and life. Tools of meditation and modern psychology that help us to release the physical, emotional and psychological suffering, are reflected on.

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Åsa Rudehill from Sweden

Till and Oliver will be sharing their skills to make you feel good, years of practice and still full of joy for the Thai Massage! Enjoy the techniques, the touch. Come ready to give and receive with loving kindness. Dynamic moves, static and listen moments. Let´s create the passion for Thai massage.

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Till Heeg from Germany

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Oliver Chamo from Spain

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Sharon Rubia Peregrina from Spain

In this thai yoga massage workshop you will go from outside to inside. From dynamic and gross movement you will journey to subtle and silent moving and finally finding your way to a meditative stillness.

The workshop is open for everyone, and you don't need to bring a partner.

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Till Heeg from Germany

I have a broad understanding in teaching all levels at the same time, fusing a choreographed dance by giving the individual students the opportunity to feel a togetherness with their fellow dancers, in an uplifting high energy class, filled with love and laughter. Noting is to hard nothing is to serious . we are all in it for the high!!!
Cant wait to dance with you all <3

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Toniah Pedersen from Denmark

In this slightly physical demanding yoga class, we will be playing around with some of the ideas that comes to shape the “San Fran” style of Rocket Yoga. It won’t be a full Rocket Class yet you will get to experience first hand some of the fun transitions and elements from the Rocket 3 practice.
The workshop is a style of vinyasa (moving with breath) that springs from Asthanga yet with les strictness in regards to how we approach the concept of practice. We weave together classic poses with armbalances and fund and creative elements.

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Nicolai Boas from Denmark

In this session we will work with simple movement and a whole lot of breathing to release any stored tension in the body.
It will leave you feeling at ease, rested and restored. You might just leave with a warm heart and a sense of wholeness.

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Nanna Wagner from Denmark

This experiential lecture provides a framework to understand embodied practice on the micro level & macro level

- What is "embodiment" really?
- How does the brain respond to movement
- How does movement interact and intersect with thoughts and emotions?
- How can we use movement as a tool for personal & interpersonal growth and transformation

The theoretical input will be supplemented by practical exercises to allow for learning and integration through direct experience & reflection.

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Dr. Francesca Mega from Germany

This workshop is for those who have a reasonable level of control of their 2 arm handstand and wish to go forwards to learn skills such as the press to handstand or the basics of 1 arm balancing. Being able to balance on the hands for 20 seconds is a pre-requisite for this workshop.

We will be going in depth on the placement of the handstand, how it relates to gymnastics, handbalancing and hand to hand, as the principles in action are slightly different in the various disciplines. Some of the key themes are; efficiently stacking the weight, press to handstand preparation and practice, building up the necessary physical conditioning and understanding the placement of 1 arm handstands.

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Mikael Kristiansen from Norway

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Sunniva Byvard from Denmark

What can you learn about yourself from holding your breath? What happens in the body when air is not constantly available? In this workshop you will discover your inner patterns and perhaps even strategies to deal with that situation. You will learn a few techniques to breathe as a freediver which might challenge your limits, but the question is: Is the limit really the limit? No diving skills are required, but your face might become submerged in the wet element.

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Ninna Kofod from Denmark

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Peter Skødt Knudsen

Bouldering is one of the fastest growing sports in the entire world. This workshop will introduce you to bouldering, both on the traditional gym climbing wall and on buildings. We will dive into techniques that you can use while you are moving upwards on a wall and together we will explore some of the mental aspects of climbing. How do we trust ourselves? How do we learn to commit to a move? How does our mentality affect our love and passion for movement?

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Thomas Gregers Bindslev from Denmark

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Andreas Bentz Hansen

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Gudjon Andri from Denmark

This year's Urban Climbing workshop will take you on an adventure and show you places where some may simply see a broken-down building and others will see a playground. We will show you how to use the urban environment for climbing, movement and entertainment. We will dive into how to work together when climbing, the movement patterns of climbing and our mental approach to moving up and off the ground.

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Thomas Gregers Bindslev from Denmark

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Andreas Bentz Hansen

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Gudjon Andri from Denmark

It’s said that walking is just the act of falling and catching yourself with every step. Here we will learn how to walk forward with intention, and let our feet tell us where to go. Each step becomes a focused transition of weight, as we glide our feet forward into faster, smoother, and better-controlled body positions. Learn strength and confidence in your feet, and let your body move with ease and purpose.

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Daan Nieuwenhuis from Netherlands

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Nick Pontin from Australia

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Asger Limkilde from Denmark

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Bradley Duling from United States of America

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Johan Sakr from Lebanon

With 🎔 from Aamanns.

With 🎔 from Aamanns.

With 🎔 from Esther and Agnes and their entire team in the community kitchen.