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Come together for a morning practice that will guarantee an incredible day! Begin your day with a cleansing and uplifting yoga class. Together we will practice yogic breathing techniques that ground us and a yin/yang asana practice that will give energy and clarity to the rest of the day. The perfect way to start a Sunday 🙂

Breathing exercise (pranayam)
Mantra mantra
Meditation
Yin/Yang Yoga

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Jeffrey Lester from United States of America

Soothing ambient music for you to hang out, relax, move freely and play, before or after doing workshops.

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Ishtadi from Denmark

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Respira from Denmark

Soothing ambient music for you to hang out, relax, move freely and play, before or after doing workshops.

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Ishtadi from Denmark

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Respira from Denmark

Quiet and peaceful tones from Swedish sound-healer Molle Nifkin, will assist us to land smoothly back onto the ground after one legendary night of a party.

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Mole Nifkin from Sweden

A hearty breakfast, cooked on-site by volunteers. If you’re up early, come give the cooks a hand preparing.

Meal ticket required.

A hearty breakfast, cooked on-site by volunteers. If you’re up early, come give the cooks a hand preparing.

Meal ticket required.

In this breathing session you will

-FEEL AMAZING
-recover your body from all the movement
-recover your mind from all the impressions
-regain energy

-connect with the deeper power within yourself!

Safety: This Workshop is not for people
-who suffer from epilepsy
-who are pregnant

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Michael Nuß from Germany

Groove, rocking, play, dance free with me. I'll guide you through an hour with rhythms, dance and movement games and off course a little hustle dance in the end! Come and groove with me - don't be shy.

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Ida Frost from Denmark

Stillness is a rare quality in our modern society, where most things are followed by loud sounds and high speed actions.

Therefore it might also be one of the biggest challenges: To be still. Both as a societal and an individual thing. Is it even possible to be still within ourselves and where do we find this stillness?

During these session we will experience how stillness affects us, how it changes our way of moving and our way of being.

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Wolfpack Group from Denmark

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Kasper Winther from Denmark

This workshop is all about how to play around with a powerful, kinetic energy. This energy is like a wild beast: everyone has it, but none can tame it, yet everybody can learn how to work with it. This will be the focus of the workshop: how to practice various jumps on each other in a safe and, still, very fun way. Yes, we are going to jump on each other from different corners, in different shapes.

Prerequisites: not being afraid of partner work, being ok with jumping on each other and carrying each other.

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Saar Wouters from Belgium

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Ruslan North from Belgium

Compact introduction to the holistic physical training of Kalarippayat (Kalari). Aimed for any yogi, mover, martial artist, dancer or any other practitioner looking to get a taste or immerse into one of the original root arts of a human movement.


Kalari - south Indian (Kerala) originated martial- and healing-art, kept through a direct teacher-student transmission since ancient times. It’s unique training aspects makes it of a timeless value to those looking for a holistic health approach, personal transformation and growth. Balancing our male and female sources on a psychophysical level, its ultimate goal is the realized state which the scriptures describe as "when the body becomes all eyes".

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Victor Wester from Germany

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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Alexandra Arendt from Germany

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Daniel Dulmers from Netherlands

This class is a pure flow class, Inspired by Thai Chi, Vinyasa and five element yoga. It's purpose, to make you feel at home in your body and at the same time brave enough to Challenge your mind. There will be delicious beats connected to the different flows we create.

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Fredrik Sissener from Norway

Rhythm rules our bodies: pulse, breath, movement, as well as our communication: voice, dialogue, choir, music, dance.

In this workshop, we will improvise on all of these aspects, playing with impulses, associations, language, creating dialogue, Integrating all of these elements in dance and drama scenes.

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Alice Herberger from Germany

Come to explore your acro-imagination! Is going to be a Multilevel Acroyoga workshop with focusing on creative mounts and dismounts. Prerequisites: Ideally you should know some basic acro poses/skills.

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Cathaysa Viña from Spain

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Carú Gonzalez from Spain

A healing space where you can connect with your inner calm. You'll be bathing in optimal frequencies for your body's ability to reduce stress and liberate emotional blockages. We hope to create a beautiful, relaxing and deep experience for you.


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Åsa Kalyani Rudehill from Sweden

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Aiste Venskune from Denmark

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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Daan Nieuwenhuis from Netherlands

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Magnus Würtz from Denmark

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Olle Romberg from Sweden

Come and sweat with yoga, pilates and dance with live drums. We bring the gifts of masculinity and femininity together in a class with laughter, peace and expression!

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Satie Espersen from Denmark

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Hicham from Denmark

Different disciplines usually prefer 1 specific methodology which is then wrongly glorified as “the” only method. The reality is however that all methodologies can be useful depending on the circumstances and the individual. That’s why it’s important to be familiar with all possibilities so you can discover what works best for you. During the workshop, we will introduce all 4 different ways of improving your mobility. We promise you, this will NOT be just some stretching! See you there?

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Movement Based Athletics from Netherlands

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Virgil Spier from Netherlands

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Erwin Maaswinkel from Netherlands

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Sam Beukeboom from Netherlands

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Thom Van Der Meer from Netherlands

Welcoming the community together, we dive into the first day of Move Copenhagen 2019 with a range of funky, groovy, reggae to hip-hop into world dance music.. uplifting tunes to set the mood.

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Ishtadi from Denmark

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Ermano from Denmark

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Juan Pino from Denmark

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Konsistent from Lithuania

 

 

"A summer's day" will give us the central motive. Inspired by music, we will create dialogue, chorus speaking, and dance movement as elements of a drama performance. These elements, found in improvisation on body and language, will integrate in a performance event.

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Alice Herberger from Germany

Training handstands doesn't have to be only a personal practice! There are many ways how to practice handstands together with a partner. Through motion, coordination and connection, we will play with a short flow, which involves partner-handstands, subtle connection and movement from spot A to spot B.

Prerequisites: handstand against the wall for min. 30sec., decent experience in L-Base, very stable Side Star.

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Saar Wouters from Belgium

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Ruslan North from Belgium

The ultimate yoga practice to instantly improve your life off the mat. Learn and discover the importance of connection and a meaningful practice all while having the time of your life. Be prepared to shatter any preconceptions about what yoga should look like or be like. Come with an open mind, leave with an open heart!

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Jeffrey Lester from United States of America

In this workshop we will learn how to use our central and peripheral vision to guide our actions. Catching that ball from the corner of your eye. Positioning yourself in relation to other players. Extremely valuable skills for many athletic activities! Like any type of “training”, we can either approach it like “work”... which often feels like a chore or we can approach it like play... which is much more enjoyable! So what are you waiting for? Come and play with us!

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Movement Based Athletics from Netherlands

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Virgil Spier from Netherlands

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Erwin Maaswinkel from Netherlands

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Sam Beukeboom from Netherlands

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Thom Van Der Meer from Netherlands

Take it (really) easy on Sunday morning! A relaxing, nurturing Yin Thai Massage practice for our last workshop of the festival. Come with a partner or find one here. Enjoy sharing a lovely, healing massage and take away the experience of deep connection through this restorative work.

Assistanta: Bodil Palmberg & Stina Stomby.

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Fiona Smith from Denmark

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Nicola Smith from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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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Bjarke Rydahl from Denmark

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Adrien Montcoudiol from France

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Aurélio Rosa from Brazil

Get your armband, find a camping spot, and get ready to Move!

Meet the other teachers, and learn the practicalities of teaching at Move. This event is for teachers only.

It’s time to strike the festival site. We’ll get some beats going, and we all help each other out packing.

In this workshop we will explore fear and other parafunctional emotions, how they affect our movement practice and find better ways to deal with them. Drawing from a decade of Parkour as well as NLP, embodiment and process oriented psychology and mindfulness meditation we will address fear, negative and judgmental self talk and limiting beliefs. You will learn more about yourself, your very personal experience of fear and other mental obstacles and how to manage them through different tools and strategies.

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Paul van Kaldenkerken from Germany

In predictable and flat environments, there are fundamental limits to our learning potential. Not what us humans are designed for by evolution (so far). Despite most of us living in cities, a lot can be done to complexify your surroundings and learn more as a mover. Ideas for daily life will be discussed along the way as we use each other's human bodies as dynamic surroundings for a fun and creative movement practice.

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Peter Hunter from Denmark

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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Søren Riis Andersen from Denmark

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Claas Lendt

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Olle Romberg from Sweden

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Adrien Montcoudiol from France

Low for pro, High for show!

Paulina & Jesse would like to open the door of standing acrobatics and all the exciting possibilities that this can entail.

Taking things higher off the floor means more risk if it goes wrong, so we will build from low and see how high we can safely go!

The focus will be on elements of Hand2Hand and Foot2Hand, ways in and out such positions and probably one or two other wild things!!!

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Jesse Saunders from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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Paulina Bizzotto Molina from Netherlands

Megine is an old nordic word for energy or life force. During this workshop I'd like to add some awareness to your knowledge about energy movement and the benefits you can gain with this in other fields of movement practice. We will use our breath, hands and eyes to explore the subtle energy that is moving inside and around us all the time. The awareness of energy is a necessity in all therapeutic work, regardless if you work with yourself or with others.

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Stina Stomby from Sweden

Breaking is one of the 4 traditional elements of hip-hop. This workshop is aimed at expanding your movement vocabulary as well as helping you create smooth transitions. We will cover:

- basic footworks
- funky freezes
- creating "sets"
- hitting the beat

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Theoharis Constantinou from Cyprus

Dining together at the festival site. Delicious, healthy, and filling community-cooked meals.

Meal ticket required.

The Maori Haka is back at Move. Don’t miss it.

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Kane Harnett - Mutu from New Zealand

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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Søren Riis Andersen from Denmark

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Stephan Chudowski from Germany

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Daniel Dulmers from Netherlands

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Aurélio Rosa from Brazil

IKYA Meditation™ is a playful, raw and profoundly transformational approach to meditation.
Through different exercises, in a fusion of movement, sound-keys, stillness, energy medicine and guided inner journeys,
we explore and shift how we are present in life.
We challenge everything we know, moving beyond knowing and into being.
Being life itself. As the unique unrepeatable expression of YOU.
Your ego is a tool so your Soul can dance and play.
The more honest and transparent we become - the easier life flows.

IKYA Meditation™ aims to take us deep into our core - exchanging with life from authenticity.
It inspires us past believes systems - and into an expanded version of reality.
It is sexy, fun and challenging, boosting connection skills, joy, and wisdom.

Class focus: Center, detox, release and relax




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Guri Nyhaug from Norway

How do you learn new movement patterns? Do you rely on explicit instructions from an expert teacher? Do you become frustrated or do you give up when you just can’t seem to nail that difficult movement pattern? Are you focussed on improving as much as you can within that single movement session or are you more interested in long-term progress? Are those two actually the same? During this workshop, we will explore all of the above questions. This workshop will turn you into a learning machine!

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Movement Based Athletics from Netherlands

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Virgil Spier from Netherlands

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Erwin Maaswinkel from Netherlands

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Sam Beukeboom from Netherlands

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Thom Van Der Meer from Netherlands

This is a very practical introduction to handstands.
We will explore lots of ways of transitioning onto the hands, learn how to build confidence, fall safely, spot each other, develop strength, flexibility and effective training techniques to become immersed in this wonderfully meditative and challenging form of body enquiry.

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Jesse Saunders from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Sitting - Singing - Breathing - Moving - Sweating - Sitting - Relaxing

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Jeppe Skovgaard from Denmark

My classes are 'Instructed dance in a free space'. The instructions makes is possible to be United and the free space invites you to dance in you own Unique way. The magical happens when you feel connected to the tribe and feel freedom in your body and mind and have the room to dance your heart out ♥
The instructions will be simple steps or a simple movement-combo and from here you have to dance it it your own way. You are invited to challenge your movement, when you cannot just follow your 'safe patterns'.
We are gonna work on; Creating flow and and feeling free - Building up intensity - Playing with creativity - Bringing ourself into relaxation.
My Groove Classes is about having fun - you can only do it Right - and dancing out bodies, hearts and minds as never before.

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Steffanie Bødskov from Denmark

Workshop to play around mixing Acroyoga with other artistic or movement skills to create micro-performances, play with mistakes have fun and explore new possibilities. We are going to play with basic skill, but all levels are welcome.

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Cathaysa Viña from Spain

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Carú Gonzalez from Spain

We finish up cleaning the last bits, in case we didn’t finish up earlier.

First we want to learn how to stand still in our handstand...
Then we want to learn how to move...
Changing the shape of the body, exploring different ways into and out of our handstand, moving the weight onto one hand, work on the fingers...

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Jesse Saunders from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

My classes are 'Instructed dance in a free space'. The instructions makes is possible to be United and the free space invites you to dance in you own Unique way. The magical happens when you feel connected to the tribe and feel freedom in your body and mind and have the room to dance your heart out ♥
The instructions will be simple steps or a simple movement-combo and from here you have to dance it it your own way. You are invited to challenge your movement, when you cannot just follow your 'safe patterns'.
We are gonna work on; Creating flow and and feeling free - Building up intensity - Playing with creativity - Bringing ourself into relaxation.
My Groove Classes is about having fun - you can only do it Right - and dancing out bodies, hearts and minds as never before.

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Steffanie Bødskov 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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Bradley Duling from United States of America

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Claas Lendt

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Magnus Würtz from Denmark

Brice takes on a sort of "rebirth" experience as he walks the class, in such an entertaining and engaging way, through the style, technique, and groove of House Dance, resulting in a crowd joyfully vibing together, giving the closest New York House club experience. A must take for ALL levels and ages. "Back home all generations are rocking out together vibing, sharing, and experiencing the same good music. We are there to Love and Release!"

I know we at MoveCopenhagen will see you there!

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Brice Johnson from United States of America

Introducing the concept and spiritual concept of parkour
Adapt to the environment - Use our body to climb, jump, cross, run, roll, etc. to overcome the existing environment.
Flow - Let our body maintain the power between movements and movements, keep moving, and create your own unique route.
Breakthrough - Face fear, learn how to train and break, and understand your abilities and risk assessment.

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Hong Chung-Wei from Taiwan, Province of China

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Chen Bo-Yu from Taiwan, Province of China

In this workshop we will discover how we with a few, very simple vaulting techniques can make beautiful sequences of movement. You will quickly feel the satisfying sensation of moving confidently and elegantly through our concrete environment: Some say it feels like flowing like water - to me it feels like dancing over walls. You can find your own favorite metaphor, after this introduction to your new favorite dance partner: the concrete wall. Beginners are welcome.

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Daniel de Dios Peña Osmann from Denmark

This class is a refuge, where you can come and charge and connect with an inner calm, just with a little guidance inward. We're exploring how effortless and awesome it really feels just to be you. You might feel the relaxing buzz in your body after the class.

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Åsa Kalyani Rudehill from Sweden


IKYA Meditation™ is a playful, raw and profoundly transformational approach to meditation.
Through different exercises, in a fusion of movement, sound-keys, stillness, energy medicine and guided inner journeys,
this movement practice is designed to bring us to the next level of consciousness. It is fun, challenging and nourishing for our whole energy system.

Life never stands still - it always moves and unfolds - this is the essence of life itself.
True Meditation is Presence in Movement.

To allow your Essence to be the one present in the moment - moving you through life -
the greater your contribution will be.

Bringing your higher self to the table, instead of behavioral patterns, conditioning, and old bull shit stories are
the most authentic move we can make.
You are nature. You are life itself.
A non-judgemental presence of love.

To shift into that mindset and reality, we need some serious kick-ass tools. IKYA Meditation™ is here to assist you.

Class Focus: Connecting with your Essence

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Guri Nyhaug from Norway

Tricking is a unique composite of gymnastics, martial arts and breaking that combines kicks, flips and tricks. Although you might not learn how to corkscrew or back flip in one session, in this workshop you will:

- understand some of the principles of Tricking that can help you gain jump height
- discover new ways to generate and maintain momentum
- learn basic tricking moves
- learn some good activation drills and warm-ups


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Theoharis Constantinou from Cyprus

Yoga is amazingly good news for your shoulders and with a little bit of technique the armbalances from yoga can be even better news. Join this class to get solid insights into getting your shoulders more open and learn to use armbalances like handstand and pincha mayurasana to deepen your backbends in a healthy way. All are welcome. Expect to be challenged.

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Jeppe Skovgaard from Denmark

When the YogaSlackers developed their original series, it was focused on doing a yoga practice on a slackline. Once you feel comfortable with the basic aspects of slacklining you will naturally feel inclined to increase the challenge. Moving forward in slacklining involves making the lines higher (highlining), longer (longlining) and even over fun surfaces (waterlining). All these lines have a few things in common. You need to learn to start without using the ground, the focal point changes, walking technique shifts and falling is a little bit more interesting.

What if we tell you, that you can practice all of these in a person? Yes you can! Come and learn how to turn your favorite acro friend into a slackline training machine.

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YogaSlackers Sam and Raquel from United States of America

At some point in life we need to also do this.
To move against, someone, our environment or even our selves.

We have this inner fight between good and evil and because of this it makes sense to also connect to our fighting selves in a physical way.

We will in a safe and playfull way connect to the fighting situation and we will learn some general qualities in relation to fighting. Here it is important to position ourselves, to react, to endure, overcome and to be strategic.

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Wolfpack Group from Denmark

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Kasper Winther from Denmark

We start with the posture on the ground first refining the position of the flyer and the grip of the base, and then moving into standing. Introducing dynamic entrances and exits, one foot, stairs, russian roll and catwalks crossing from one hand to the other. Foot to hands gives us great integration and coordination between flyer and base, to prepare dynamic exercises, hand to hand and also as a practice where we play with balance, weight transfer and saltos.

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Mireia Castellsague from Spain

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Edu Juanet from Spain

Time for hugs and kisses. See you next year!

Good afternoon chill-out vibes for relaxing, dancing and playing in between workshops.

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Ihleytid from Norway

 

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Pelzman from France

Join the YogaSlackers to embark on a journey towards ultimate balance. Slackline Yogis not only train on an one inch piece of webbing. They utilize their balance skills and have developed their own style of AcroYoga: Slackro.

Their practice is centered on the idea of finding balance and stillness within movements. Is about exploring and pushing the limits of what you believe is possible on the ground, on a person and on a slackline.

Pre-req:
Straddle Throne, Tuck Sit on Hands

Level:
Intermediate

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YogaSlackers Sam and Raquel from United States of America

This is an invitation to use playful ways to expand our habitual way of being in the world and to discover more nuances and qualities of our bodies and movements. We will use tools from physical theatre to explore presence, creativity and imagination.

Looking forward!

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Bodil Palmberg from Sweden

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Morten Skovgaard Andersen from Denmark

In this workshop you will get to know the art of Parkour. We will explore how to creativly interact with the environment, find challenges and how to go through them with confidence, courage and creativity.

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Paul van Kaldenkerken from Germany

The Web is a pile of categories that illustrates what we do in Wolfpack Group.

The wolf, Into the wild, Stillness, Take yourself with yourself, Being in front of yourself, The neurological aspect, Moving with, Moving against, Tools and Open exploration.

The illustration of the web is available on our webpage and it reflects the meaning of our community which relates to movement and to the human as the common subject of our interest.

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Wolfpack Group from Denmark

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Kasper Winther from Denmark

Sounds of gongs, singing bowls, kalimba, koshi bells and other instruments will send the mind and body to realms of deep restoration.

As the brain moves in Alpha and/or Theta states, the sounds will trigger a sympathetic nervous system response that lowers blood pressure, slows the heart rate and relieve stress. Sound baths are a unique experience, as guests lay down on mats we let the vibrations of instruments saturate into our body energetically, emotionally and physically.

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Aiste Venskune from Denmark

Introducing the concept and spiritual concept of parkour
Adapt to the environment - Use our body to climb, jump, cross, run, roll, etc. to overcome the existing environment.
Flow - Let our body maintain the power between movements and movements, keep moving, and create your own unique route.
Breakthrough - Face fear, learn how to train and break, and understand your abilities and risk assessment.

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Hong Chung-Wei from Taiwan, Province of China

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Chen Bo-Yu from Taiwan, Province of China

Denmark is known for a strong hybrid community, meaning that everyone practices the skills of basing and flying. This workshop will include smooth transitions between roles and emphasize good techniques for basing people bigger than you. So even if you're the small one, TODAY YOU WILL BASE. Come join the fun as we blend the roles.

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Peter Hunter from Denmark

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Julie Hendel from Denmark

Slackline Yoga or Slackasana is a unique practice that teaches complete body awareness. It is a moving meditation that will redefine your sense of balance and mental focus. It involves balancing on a 1 inch wide 'yoga mat' (slackline). In this 90 min Slackshop you’ll learn the basics of the Slackasana series. These includes standing (commitment), kneeling (core strength), sitting (focus), arm balancing (breath), as well as exercises for more seasoned slackers to expand their comfort zone on the line. All skill levels encouraged to come. No experience necessary

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YogaSlackers Sam and Raquel from United States of America

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Bradley Duling from United States of America

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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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Bradley Duling from United States of America

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Bjarke Rydahl from Denmark

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Stephan Chudowski from Germany

Our feet do an amazing job! In this workshop we will be exploring how we experience gravity through the feet, growing our roots into Mama Earth and using our feet to both give and receive connected Thai bodywork. Please come with sweet feet!

Assistant: Bodil Palmberg.

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Fiona Smith from Denmark

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Nicola Smith from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

In the workshop we start with basic movements and choreographies of contemporary dance that are then merged with partner acrobatics and Acroyoga with contact as a link between dance and acrobatics. The partner acrobatics and dance lifts are dynamic, we leave the straight lines to enter the constant and fluid movement, playing with the coordination with the partner.

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Mireia Castellsague from Spain

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Edu Juanet from Spain

As human beings we are comprised of different layers - the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. We respond to different qualities and rhythms of touch and are in a natural cycle of constant change.
In this workshop we engage the whole person by working with all the different rhythms of the Soma – from stillness to dynamic and home again.
Come with a partner or find one here.

Assistants: Bodil Palmberg & Stina Stomby.

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Fiona Smith from Denmark

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Nicola Smith from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Power & Alignment® (P&A) is a hatha vinyasa yoga practice that draws from our innate strength to create a harmonious relationship with the whole being – mind, heart, breath, body, and community. A synthesis of heart-opening yoga practices and psychological science, P&A goes beyond intelligent sequencing and yoga postural alignment and focuses on developing our well-being. Based on a curriculum approach, P&A incorporates a set of essential components, including an embodied practice through specific key alignment principles. These components evoke a mindful and uplifting effect, guiding students towards a “work in.” Through repeated practice, the intention is for practitioners to feel empowered to navigate modern day living with an underlying sense of peace and joy. This workshop will provide insight into an embodied practice of the P&A key alignment principles across the different classes of yoga postures. It will help discover our own optimal alignment from the gross outer form to the highly refined inner quality.

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Jeremy Lim from Singapore

Resting Conversation® is a practice that focuses on being more and doing less. It has roots in the psychological science of relaxation, mindfulness practices, and restorative yoga. Resting Conversation teaches deep relaxation and calms the nervous system. The practice builds awareness on where we hold tension and creates fuller and deeper breaths to soften the tension. With repeated practice, the mind and body becomes better and better at finding this deep relaxation state so that we can come back to it whenever we want or need to.

The workshop will provide insight into why this style of yoga is beneficial to our bodies, minds, and lives. You will learn the Resting Conversation set of tools to create conditions for the body and mind to experience relaxation, get familiar with how to set up each pose that feels right for you, learn to feel signs of discomfort and how to make yourself comfortable in rest.

Excellent for stress, general tension, exhaustion, and those looking for deep relaxation. It does not matter if you are a seasoned yoga practitioner or have never tried yoga. We welcome you to come home to yourself.

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Jeremy Lim from Singapore

Playing with others is one of the most fundamental ways we learn to relate to others’ mental states and take responsibility for their experience – in other words, to be empathetic. How these important human qualities actually manifest themselves in play can, however, be challenging to pin down.
In this workshop we will reveal how the mechanics of social play supports empathetic behavior, often without us even noticing. We will do this by playing a selection of fun games together, which will give us a palpable foundation to truly understand how playing makes us more empathetic – it is tremendously fascinating!

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Daniel de Dios Peña Osmann from Denmark

Compact introduction to the holistic physical training of Kalarippayat (Kalari). Aimed for any yogi, mover, martial artist, dancer or any other practitioner looking to get a taste or immerse into one of the original root arts of a human movement.


Kalari - south Indian (Kerala) originated martial- and healing-art, kept through a direct teacher-student transmission since ancient times. It’s unique training aspects makes it of a timeless value to those looking for a holistic health approach, personal transformation and growth. Balancing our male and female sources on a psychophysical level, its ultimate goal is the realized state which the scriptures describe as "when the body becomes all eyes".

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Victor Wester from Germany

In this workshop we will use tools in two different ways.

1. To make exercises that aims to train ourselves in a good way and improve our ability to move.
2. To create movement situations that allows us to explore and develop our inherent movement qualities.

Dont miss this one!

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Wolfpack Group from Denmark

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Kasper Winther from Denmark

Dining together at the festival site. Delicious, healthy, and filling community-cooked meals.

Meal ticket required.