PLEASE NOTE. THERE IS AN EXTRA YOGA SESSION ON THIS DAY AT 7 P.M.
The halls of The Glyptotek are filled with flawless statues, reflecting the bodily ideals of several millennia and cultures. Throughout the ages, not only have we harboured an ideal image of the body, but our attitude to the body has also been associated with the fear that ours might not live up to aesthetic ideals. But the body is so much more than what meets the eye – it is essentially a wonderful instrument capable of a myriad of different appearances and of accomplishing a myriad of different things. Come to Winter Yoga in The Glyptotek’s beautiful Central Hall and discover what your amazing body can do and what it feels like to be present in it.
Winter Yoga at the Glyptotek is for anyone who wants to concentrate, connect their body to their breath and shed positive light on both body and mind. The session is open to both beginners and people who may already have previous experience with yoga. You can borrow a yoga mat at the museum, so all you have to do is turn up in comfortable clothes you can move in.
Who knows? One you have finished your Winter Yoga, you may have renewed energy to take an affectionate look at the statues.
Arrive well in advance so you have time to lock your belongings in a locker in the cloakroom. NOTE. Please note that you may not bring your own yoga mat, and that there are no changing facilities at the museum.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
The yoga teacher, Joséphine Renard has been practising yoga for 20 years and has been teaching since 2014. Her philosophy is that yoga is for everyone – even people who cannot touch their toes, who have injuries or who might carry a few extra kilos. She bases her exercises on the breath for focusing on ‘landing in the body’ by connecting movements to the rhythm of your breathing. You can read more about Joséphine on renard.nu/yoga
Order your ticket here to secure your spot at the event:
13 February at 5 p.m. – SOLD OUT
13 February at 7 p.m. – SOLD OUT
20 February at 5 p.m. – SOLD OUT
20 February at 7 p.m. – SOLD OUT
Regular museum admission price
Adults: DKK 115
Under 27/Students: DKK 85
Under 18: Free
Season ticket: Free
You can purchase tickets via Billetto.