Morning Yoga in Tivoli

Bring your yoga mat for a shared, physical yoga class in the open air

July 21

At 09:45

The Gardens

Once again this year, you can join yoga in the open air in Tivoli's beautiful surroundings before opening hours. On the grass in front of Plænen, yoga instructor Stefanie Jolak from Power Yoga Copenhagen will be ready to welcome all yoga enthusiasts for a shared, physical practice.

Registration
It's important to sign up for the yoga session if you want to receive updates and any cancellations.

Sign up here


Important - In case of rain
If Plænen is wet, we cannot practice yoga outside. Instead, the first 80 people registered for the yoga session will have the opportunity to practice yoga in the most unique and tranquil surroundings in the Aquarium foyer. If the grass is wet and you are registered for the session, you will receive an email regarding your place in the Aquarium foyer. If you are not registered, we cannot guarantee you a place in case we have to move the session indoors.

Feel free to stay in the Garden after yoga
After yoga, you can enjoy a cup of coffee and a bun, which can be purchased at Plænens Kaffebar, before the Garden opens to guests.


Practical Information
  • It's a good idea to sign up for the yoga session to secure a spot in case of rain.
  • Participation is free once admission to Tivoli is paid.
  • Admission ticket/Tivoli card must be purchased in advance or can be purchased via the Tivoli app on the day.
  • Participants are admitted through Tivoli's Main Entrance at 09:15.
  • Please bring your own yoga mat and remember water.
  • Be aware that the grass may be damp.
  • On some Sundays, the instruction will be in English. This is indicated in the program below.
  • Remember that Tivoli is a workplace where noise may occur.
  • Cancellation is possible in case of bad weather or other special circumstances.

Programme

Note: The class will be in english.

About Stefanie Jolak:
Stefanie used to be a competitive tennis player but discovered yoga after falling ill with a chronic pain condition. To her, yoga is a way of processing emotions through breath and movement and a tool to find comfort and opportunities in uncomfortable situations. She teaches powerful vinyasa and juicy yin classes that expand not only your physical body but the space and awareness you carry within. Besides teaching and practicing yoga, Stefanie works in the field of Public Health. She has a RYT 200 HR in Ashtanga/Vinyasa with Jonah Kest + a 30 HR Pelvic Floor Somatic YTT.

Showtime

Time
Venue
Price
July 21
Included in the admission fee to Tivoli