Folk på Krogerup

The people at Krogerup Folk High School

A short presentation of the staff at Krogerup.

Teachers

We are an eclectic collection of teachers, all academically and personally invested in making your stay positive and productive. Many of us are professionally involved in our area of expertise outside the school – like setting up exhibitions, writing books, producing movies, playing concerts etc. You are welcome to contact the individual teacher, if you have questions about the course and electives.

Rasmus Meyer

Rasmus Meyer

rasmus@krogerup.dk

Forstander. Ma. Sociologi. Bor i hus på skolen.

Rasmus er uddannet i sociologi fra The New School for Social Research, New York, og har en bachelor i socialvidenskab fra RUC.

Siden Rasmus som 19-årig var formand for Danske Gymnasieelevers Sammenslutning (DGS) har samfundsengagementet løbet som en rød tråd gennem hans liv. Rasmus har bl.a. været frivilligkoordinator på Obama-kampagnen i 2008, undervist meningsdannere på Ceveas uddannelsesforløb, været kampagnechef på Christiansborg og været dommer til Politikens og DUFs DM i debat. Senest har Rasmus være direktør i Dansk Socialrådgiverforening.

Rasmus er født i 1982 og har selv gået på både efterskole og højskole.

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Ulrich F. Quistgaard

ulrich@krogerup.dk

Cand. Scient. Soc. with a thesis in Journalism and International Developmental Studies. Teaches main subject Journalism & Media.

Ulrich graduated Journalism at the Roskilde University, has worked for several Danish papers and reported on refugee and migration situations from around the world. He wrote his thesis on refugee and asylum conditions in Denmark. He has also studied ’International Affairs’ at the New School University in New York focusing on studies of refugees, humanitarian intervention and the role of the media in peace keeping missions.

Main subject: Journalism Media

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Jesper Himmelstrup

jesper@krogerup.dk

Journalist from the Danish School of Journalism in Aarhus. Holds a diploma in strategic communication and studied at the Humanities Department at Roskilde University including a six month exchange stay at Universitá degli studi di Roma, La Sapienza.

Jesper has worked as a journalist for DR (Danish Broadcasting Company) for almost 10 years, delivering news and segments for a wide array of programs. He has also taught and censored the admissions for the Danish School for Media and Journalism in Aarhus for a number of years.

Lives at the school with his wife and four children.
Main subject: Journalism Media

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Garba Diallo

garba@krogerup.dk

Studied pedagogy, journalism, linguistics, environmental and developmental studies in Qatar, Great Britain, France, and Norway. Lives at the school.

Founded the organization Crossing Borders, that works with intercultural communication, conflict management, and media.

Gives presentations on international conflict management and capacity building which focuses on Africa and the Middle East. Works as a photographer and consultant for Danish NGOs, has written several articles on Africa and international relations. Garba speaks many languages and has lived in Africa, the Middle East, and Scandinavia.

Read Garba’s articles in the Crossing Borders archive.

Main subject: Crossing Borders

Line

Line Krogh Jensen

Line@krogerup.dk

(Line is on maternity leave in E18 and a part of F19)
Architect from the School of Architecture in Aarhus. MA in Psychology and Pedagogy from RUC focusing on illustrating the modern human condition and daily life from a sociological and social-psychological point of view. Line has also taken a 3-year alternative education in social innovation, project- and process management with KaosPiloterne based in Aarhus and is dedicated to working with development put into practice.

Line is a former guest lecturer at the School of Architecture in Aarhus, worked as a interdisciplinary consultant at Rambøll developing sustainable transition in the sector for construction and urban planning and affiliate educations, done area studies for the Danish consulate in Shanghai and worked for the Center for Youth Research.

Line has lived a number of years abroad in USA and China, but now she is happily based at the school with her partner and little daughter.

Main subject: The Puls of the City

Bjarne Hald

Bjarne Hald

bjarne@krogerup.dk

Master of Arts in Film and Media Studies. Studied urban sociology at Sabanci University in Istanbul and Cultural Studies at Middlesex University in London. Lives in Copenhagen.

Bjarne is our local movie and airline specialist and has developed many of our study trips, amongst others to China, USA, Marocco and Turkey.

Main subject: Metropolitan Pulse
Elective: Det eksotiske Sverige

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Sigrid Lauenborg Dahl

sigrid@krogerup.dk

MSc in Political Science from the University of Copenhagen focusing on Developmental Studies. Sigrid has lived in Uganda and has organized political study and research trips to the African continent, where groups have visited human rights activists as well as former mass murderers.

For many years, Sigrid has worked on political campaigns and developmental activism, where she has taken an interest in fair trade conditions, climate change, and corporate tax evasion.

Sigrid is also a member of Denmark’s only heavy metal girl guard – ‘Pigegarden fra Helvede’.

Main subject: Burning World

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Mads Philipsen

mads@krogerup.dk

MA in International Developmental Studies and Pedagogy & Education Studies from RUC. Mads has worked six months in Guatemala, hitch hiked through southern Africa, been politically active i various Danish NGOs, done research for a documentary company and participated in lobby campaigns in Brussels.

Mads’ passion is campaigning and is very invested in uncovering how we use personal experience and social indignation when facing the world around us. He is interested in new perspectives on how the world changes, but with a special interest in natural resource extraction, corporate tax evasion, and various forms of social organizing into new communities.

Main subject: Burning World

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Lotte Fløe Christensen

lotte@krogerup.dk

Photographer and visual artist. Holds an MFA in Photography, schooled at Fatamorgana (2004), Glasgow School of Art (2007) and Valand Akademi in Gothenburg (2012). She has been the driving force behind Spark in Copenhagen, a photo gallery and working community (2007-10) and has taught photography at Krabbesholm Folk High School (2012-13). Lotte is always working on her own projects and she has exhibited in Canada, USA, Austria, France, Russia, China, and Korea. Her works have also been displayed in Denmark – amongst other Arken (2008), Fotografisk Center (2008) and Galleri Image (2011). In 2013 she received a scholarship from The Danish Art Foundation. Lotte lives in Copenhagen.
Check out Lotte’s works at www.lottefloe.com

Main subject: Photography

Kasper Palsnov

Kasper Palsnov

kasper@krogerup.dk

Kasper Palsnov has a major in Photojournalism from The Danish School of Media & Journalism. He has lived in England and Turkey and worked for the Danish daily Berlingske for 1,5 year. For his work he has been awarded from TIME Magazine, Danish Press Photo of the Year and British Journal of Photography among others. Furthermore he has worked as a photo editor at the Danish magazine Atlas and is a co-founder of the international photo collective MINT.

Next to his job as a Højskole teacher he works on personal projects and do assignments for Danish and International media.

See more of his work at www.kasperpalsnov.dk

Main subject: Photography

Martin Schmidt

Martin Schmidt

martin@krogerup.dk

Martin Schmidt is a self taught film director and writer. Martin has directed horror, comedies, romance, family-fare and drama, with titles such as The Unit (Rejseholdet), Final Hour, The Golden Horns, Nikolaj and Julie, The Protectors (Livvagterne), Christmas in Valhalla, 2900 Happiness and Kristian. For his work on the tv series The Eagle (Ørnen) and the Swedish series The truth about Marika, Martin has won the International Emmy Award. Martin has also written several books, educationals on filmmaking, books on inspiration and his latest volume is a book together with Danish skin-care guru Ole Henriksen. Martin has extensive training tutoring in highschools, filmschools, and folk highschools.

Main subject: Film!FilmFilm!

Mathias Findalen

Mathias Findalen

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Mathias holds an MA in History, Global Studies and Middle Eastern Studies. He is an external lecturer at the University of Copenhagen and teaches Middle Eastern minority studies and social media activism.

Mathias works at the International Media Support, an organization supporting freedom of the press and independent journalism in areas of conflict. He is also a co-chair and project coordinator for Rapolitics, strengthening youth through creative and constructive focus on urban artistic expression and raptivism. Mathias is a musician and plays double bass and the bass guitar.

Mathias has been involved in different projects for Save the Children Youth, the Danish Embassy in Turkey, and Danida.

Main subject: Journalism Media

Elective: People and Politics

Fredrik Gyllenhoff

Fredrik Gyllenhoff

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Fredrik is an architect and urban planner from Copenhagen. Previous employers count the Danish Architecture Centre, where he curated, designed and managed a number of exhibitions, Venice Biennale projects included. He has worked for several architect offices, mostly in business development and communication and he worked a couple of years developing artificial intelligence and creating dialogue for IO-Interactives Hitman game. Fredrik has teaching experience from Krabbesholm Højskole (architecture and design), as counsellor at the Danish Design School and he has participated and arranged several summer schools for european architecture students.

Fredrik is fascinated by megacities and have travelled and conducted research in Asia on the urban trend of copying cities and architecture, duplitecure. He is also a veteran in temporary architecture projects, from many years of participating at Roskilde Festival as a project manager.

Main subject: The Puls of the City

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Kurt Strand

kontoret@krogerup.dk

A journalist with more than 30 years of experience in print and digital media. Kurt has taught journalism since the 90s, held presentations on media and moderated conferences and debates. He has also authored a number of books on journalism, media, and politics. Kurt is chair of the Cavling Committee under the Danish Union of Journalists and a commentator for Kristeligt Dagblad and member of the paper’s ethics panel. Kurt teaches interview and narrative strategies.
Main subject: Journalism Media

Clara Nepper Winther

Clara Nepper Winther

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Clara grew up as a “højskole-child” and has a huge experience with activism regarding Danish asylum politics, global economic inequality and generally global active citizenship. She has studied and volunteered in California and Spain and holds a bachelor degree in Global Development studies and Political Science from Lund University. Through this, she studied Anthropology and Latin American History at the University of Chile. Clara has carried out an ethnographic field study during winter/spring 2018 in Mexico, where she followed the Zapatistas’ and Indigenous National Congress’ campaign for Marichuy. Today, Clara lives in a collective flat in Christiania.

Main subject: Burning World

Lea Korsgaard

Lea Korsgaard

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Lea Korsgaard er ansvarshavende chefredaktør og medstifter af den digitale avis Zetland. Hun har tidligere været journalist på Berlingske og Politiken og skrevet flere bøger, blandt andre ’Det store bogtyveri’ og ’Orgasmeland’ om den seksuelle revolution i Danmark. Lea er modtager af blandt andet De Berlingske Journalisters Pris (sammen med Stéphanie Surrugue) og Årets redaktør (2016). Lea er selv vokset op på en højskole, er gift med Rasmus Meyer – der forstander på Krogerup – og bor på skolen deres tre drenge. Lea underviser i forskellige forløb på hovedfaget Journalistik & Medier og holder foredrag på både lange og korte kurser.

Main subject: Journalism Media

Anders

Anders Filipsen

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Pianist and composer living in Copenhagen. Has attended the Rhythmic Conservatory in Copenhagen, graduated in 2010, and was soon hereafter accepted to ILK. Anders is primarily focused on free improvisation, and the possibilities of combining it with other art forms and new ways of composition. As a composer he is focused on ways of combining improvisation and composition in more holistic ways. His tonal-language is inspired by real sounds as well as modern/avant-garde jazz and contemporary classical music. He has written for larger ensembles and small groups as well as music for several films. He has received support from the Danish Art Council and was given the UniDanmark Talent award in 2001.

Elective:  Contemporary Music

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Anne Steen Himmelstrup

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Anne lives at the folk high school with her husband and four children

Electives: Med litteraturen i vildmarken og Heksekreds

Soffie

Soffie Dalsgaard

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Soffie has been a dancer ever since she was a little girl, and throughout her life she has developed a great love for dance.

She is a Danish champion and represented Denmark on the international scene in Latin, Standard, and South American Show dance. She holds a current top rank of six at the World Championships and European Championship in ten dances. Soffie owns her own dance studio: Soffie Dance Studio .

Elective: Dance, dance, dance

Peter

Peter Glad

peter@krogerup.dk

Ceramist from the Danish Design School. Peter has exhibited at a series of galleries both domestic and international. His items are sold in select shops in Copenhagen and Århus. Check out his work at: www.peterglad.dk

Elective: Ceramics

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Maja Fjord Madsen

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Maja holds a diploma in Psychology from the University of Copenhagen, specializing in occupational and organization psychology and clinical psychology. Maja works as an occupational psychologist, develops management and work environment courses that focuses on narrative methods and theory. She also works with youths with eating disorders at a live-in institution in Copenhagen and is a student adviser for young visual artist. Maja lives in Christianshavn.

Elective: Psychology

Marcus Vincent Frostholm

Marcus Vincent Frostholm

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Marcus is an examined outdoor guide at the University of Copenhagen, Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports specializing in kayaking. He is a certified ocean kayaking instructor from Dansk Kano og Kajakforbundet.  Furthermore, he has great experience with outdoor life from a lifelong passion for being outside and active. Besides Krogerup, he works in the outdoor store in Copenhagen and as a kayaking instructor. He is also a pedagogue.

Elective: Outdoor Life

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Amanda Lagoni

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Amanda Lagoni is a trained sexologist and couples therapist with a degree in Rhythmic Song from the Royal Academy of Music.

Apart from being a musician, Amanda owns a clinic practicing couples therapy and sexology in Copenhagen. She also does workshops focusing on sexuality and sex. She has recorded several albums and her latest came out in May of 2014. She combines concerts, workshops, and lectures and has a physical approach to therapy and teaching. Her main focus is on the female pleasure and sexuality in relationships.

Elective:  Sex, love and communication

Katinka Boye Bjerregaard

Katinka Boye Bjerregaard

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Elective: Den unge digters lidelser

Mikkel Vinther

Mikkel Vinther

mikkel@krogerup.dk

Project manager for the Digital Ambassadors at the Center for Information and Bubblestudies, University of Copenhagen. With support from TrygFonden he tries to implement digital citizenship in the Danish educational system.

Mikkel is an activist for digital citizenship and education. His main mission is to create a better digital balance in modern society life.

Mikkel is an entrepreneur with experience from being in front of a concert venue, producer at a feature film production and Youth Advisor for several Danish Ministers for Culture. Furthermore, he has travelled around Denmark to assist creative and political youth environments in creating local change through the organization The Network for Youth Councils.

Elective: Det Digitale Menneske

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Lisbeth Van Deurs

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Lisbeth is an artist with an MA in Drawing with finals in printmaking from the Royal Art Academy in London. She teaches at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art and also works on her own projects in photo, painting, and stop-motion movies.

Elective: The Living Line

Oskar Folmann

Oskar Folmann

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Oskar Folmann er en freelance autodidakt filmskaber og medstifter af produktionsselskabet Room 19 Productions, der laver musikvideoer, contentvideoer og reklamefilm. Allerede som lille var Oskar i gang med at producere stopmotionfilm med legetøjet fra værelset og actionfilm med vennerne. Filmene blev lagt på hylden i gymnasiet til fordel for musikken, men som årene gik, begyndte drømmen om filmens verden at trække igen. Oskar begyndte så småt med at lave film igen og startede herefter på Krogerup Højskoles filmlinje i efteråret 2015, hvor frøene til hans fremtid blev sået. I fællesskab med sin roommate fra højskolen startede Oskar i 2017 produktionsselskabet Room 19 Productions, og deres første job for popsensationen Citybois sparkede gang i karrieren. Nu er Oskar tilbage på Krogerups Filmlinje, hvor han underviser i klippeteknik og postproduktion af film.

Main subject: Film!FilmFilm!

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Liv Mygind

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Liv er en erfaren magasinjournalist, der blandt andet har været backstage med Birthe Kjær, lavet afslørende forbrugerjournalistik om juice-verdenen og produceret virale videohit om, hvordan man åbner en øl med en børnecykel eller laver en toast med et strygejern. Hun ved desuden mere end de fleste om isolationsmaterialer og biavl. Liv har en fortid i filmbranchen og har været på teaterscenen sammen med Nicolas Bro, inden hun fandt ud af, at journalistik er det bedste fag i verden. Nu lever hun af at forevige menneskers livshistorier som podcast i sin egen virksomhed www.livshistorier.net og nyder at give begejstringen for sit fag videre til den næste generation. På Krogerup kan man ofte finde Liv i færd med at læse op i nærheden af et bål.
Liv bor på Nørrebro med sin høje mand og deres to vilde børn. Er uddannet i journalistik og offentlig administration fra RUC og har modtaget en række priser for sit arbejde som dokumentarist og journalist, blandt andet for en artikel om sure børn.

Elective: Med litteraturen i vildmarken, Skriveværksted, og Radio

Frederik Schack von Brockdorff

Frederik Schack von Brockdorff

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Tidligere Team koordinator hos Greenpeace og nuværende Stud. Performance Design og kommunikation på RUC. Som Performance designer arbejdes der på tværs af flere akademiske traditioner, lige fra Antropologi og teatervidenskab til Kommunikation og filosofi. Den gode oplevelse er en altomfavnende begivenhed i Frederiks portefølje af uddannelse- og erhvervserfaring. Dette har udmøntet sig i flere typer af events, Field engement kampagner for NGO’er og tanke-idé facilitering både indlands og udlands. Den gode oplevelse handler om at få sanserne spil – hvilket gør at Frederiks undervisning, tager en praktisk teoretisk tilgang.

Frederik er en skaber med erfaringer inden for eventdesign, ledelse og oplevelseskommunikation.

Frederik er passioneret amatørkok og kulinarisk gør-det-selv mand. I sin fritid eksperimenterer han med øl- og snapsebrygning, stegeteknikker og fermentering af diverse madvarer. Han elsker køkkenudstyr og kan falde i svime over en røremaskine eller et nyt smart kaffebrygningssystem. ”

Elective: Event making & Den store julefrokost

Ida Nielsen Langendorf

Ida Nielsen Langendorf

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Ida Nielsen Langendorf er kandidatstuderende i Sociologi på Københavns Universitet. Hun har bred erfaring med aktivisme, kampagnemageri og socialt forandringsarbejde fra ungdomspolitik, fagbevægelsesarbejde og studenterpolitik. Ida har blandt andet forberedt folketingsvalgkampe, lavet demonstrationer og kampagner og lavet en projektlederuddannelse for studerende i Studenterhuset i KBH. Hun interesserer sig for alt fra de store makropolitiske problemstillinger som globale arbejdstagerrettigheder, til hvordan vi finde socialt bæredygtige måder at lave aktivisme på. Derudover er Ida også uddannet friluftsvejleder fra Paul Petersens Idrætsinstitut og elsker at padle i kano og lave mad over bål.

Main subject: Burning World

Elective: Body Studies

Mikkel Pagh

Mikkel Pagh

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Mikkel holds a Master’s Degree in Media Studies from Aarhus University. He worked at offices in front of computers for ten years, before he decided to turn his passion for woodworking and maritime crafts into his full time job. He was a boatbuilding apprentice from 2015-16, and since then he has run his own boatbuilding business.

Elective: Building a wooden boat

Mille Breyen Hauschildt

Mille Breyen Hauschildt

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Hvis man vil vide, hvad forbindelsen mellem akaciefrø og myrer er, og hvorfor vi må forstå relationer af ledsagende arter for at forstå os selv og vores forhold til hinanden og naturen, så er det Mille, man skal spørge. Mille er generelt meget optaget af queer- og feministisk teori, marginaliserede positioner og nære litteraturanalyser, og det går alt sammen op i en højere enhed i faget Heksekreds, som arbejder med litteratur, kroppe, natur, blod, træer, ritualer og venskabet. Mille er ved at færdiggøre en kandidat i Litteraturvidenskab, hvorfra hun også har fået sit crush på feministiske tænkere som Judith Butler, Sarah Ahmed og Donna Haraway. Mille har desuden et blødt hjerte for den barske natur på den nordjysk vestkyst og drømmer om at smadre patriarkatet i tusind stykker.

Elective: Heksekreds & Body Studies

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Birgitte Raaberg

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Actor and Transformation Communicator.

Qualified actor from the Acting School at Århus Theatre. Certified Council Guide Teacher with Black Lodge at the Ehama Institute, New Mexico, USA. Birgitte has been in a number of plays, musicals, TV and movies and recieved the Danish Bodil Award for ‘Midt om natten’ and ‘Riget’. She also teaches meditation and mindfulness, communication and inner leadership. Gives presentations, organizes events and arranges ceremonial training in Indian life philosophy.

Elective: Drama

Esben Blaakilde

Esben Blaakilde

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Esben has many years of experience working with fiction films, documentaries, tv and commercial production. He has gone to film school in India and Denmark and made films in Cuba, India, Mexico, South Africa and other countries. He combines his practical experience with a keen analytical eye for the way films expressions create impressions with viewers and in society. He has a BA in English literature as well as an BA and MA in Film Sciences from the University of Copenhagen, where he has also been teaching for 2 years. Esben has also taught practical filmmaking to youths in Nordsjælland for several years.

In recent years, he has worked intensely with digital platforms, in particular in his commercial work at Mayday Film. At the moment, he is working on a feature documentary.

Elective: Video on the move

Henny Hagerup

Henny Hagerup

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Henny holds a MSc in Organisational Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Copenhagen Business School, focusing on the role of art, culture and design in business.

Hailing from the north of Norway, living and creating projects in countries as different as Nicaragua, South Africa & Denmark, Henny is not only educated in – but also practically performing – her intercultural competences and entrepreneurial skills. She is a cultural catalyst and has worked with numerous cultural festivals ranging from music to literature to visual art. She is the founder of Reverse: Copenhagen International Poetry Festival. These past years she developed and led a renewed cultural venue in the heart of Copenhagen (LiteraturHaus), which housed events targeting topics such as activism & art, the anthropocene, ecocriticism, small press and performative criticism.

Elective: Social Entrepreneurship

Lorena Torres

Lorena Torres

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Lorena holds a MSc in Development and International Relations from Aalborg University Copenhagen, with specialization on Refugee Studies.

With roots in Ecuador, Lorena is a human rights activist and a cultural catalyst, which is seen in various engagements around the world. From working with children and the arts in the Andean Cloud forests, engaging with youth and new media in the Middle East, to engaging critically with art to voice political & societal challenges in Denmark. She is a project manager, photographer, visual communicator and a polyglot. She has been involved with several NGO’s, among others, with Norwegian People’s Aid, CAMP/Centre for Arts on Migration Politics and Crossing Borders. Lorena has also worked with the Ministry of Education in Ecuador.

Last but not least, Lorena engages with Women Refugee Route and the Handletank MOVE, advocating for the rights of women in vulnerable situations

Elective: Social Entrepreneurship

Andreas B. Jørgensen

Andreas B. Jørgensen

kontoret@krogerup.dk

Elective: Dans, dans, dans

Mathilde Sofie Milan

Mathilde Sofie Milan

kontoret@krogerup.dk

I have a Master of Arts in philosophy and Danish, and are teaching yoga in different studios in Copenhagen. My interest is to combine my big passions: the eastern and the western philosophy. By studying and teaching yoga and the philosophy that goes along with is, it is my wish to get a bit closer to knowing ourselves in a more holistic way, than the traditional academic form teaches us.
My roots are set in Vesterbro, Copenhagen, but I see the world as truly global. With a yoga mat under my arm, I have been teaching across three continents, and I caught the yoga bug on my first travel to India, just after my stay as a student at Krogerup Højskole in 2009. For me yoga is all about balance: In both my teaching and own practice, there is always space to laugh, eat ice cream and to enjoy all the good things that the world has to offer.

Elective: Yoga

Kitchen

The kitchen team makes healthy and delicious food for our students and course participants based on four simple principles:

1) The food is nourishing and adheres to dietary guidelines.

2) All vegetables are fresh and bought at the local market.

3) We aim to buy organic as often as possible.

4) Less is more. That way there is room for quality before quantity.

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Nicolai Rink

Nicolai Rink

nicolai@krogerup.dk

Head Chef

 

Jill

Jill Eid Larsen

jill@krogerup.dk

Kitchen assistant

Louisa

Louisa Pihl Kristensen

louisa@krogerup.dk

Kitchen assistant

Anna Carina Mullins

Anna Carina Mullins

anna@krogerup.dk

Kitchen assistant

Office

The office takes care of any and all inquiries from future and current students and course participants. This is the central nerve of the Folk High School: Students, course participants, janitors, and teachers are regular visitors. The office also functions as a postal office, phone central, book keeping and accounting office.

Heidi Larsen

Heidi Larsen

heidi@krogerup.dk

Course secretary

Marlene Angelique

Marlene Angelique

marlene@krogerup.dk

Economy

Therese Juncker

therese@krogerup.dk

Secretary

Communications

Krogerups communications department is responsible for the ongoing development and updating of the College’s website, social media, media relations, newsletters, graphic work, advertising and much more.

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Ulrich Quistgaard

ulrich@krogerup.dk

Chief of Communications

Tlf.: 61 33 09 18

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Anne Steen Himmelstrup

anne@krogerup.dk

Communications assistant

Jens Dahl

Jens Dahl

jens@krogerup.dk

Graphic Designer and Communications assistant

Caretakers

Our caretakers are capable of just about anything, and are trained and experienced in a variety of skills. These are the people you will want to contact when you need to build a set, set up a network of computers, or get decorative items for an event. They are also responsible for lawn mowing, painting, light bulb changing, everyday maintenance, and all in all making sure that the school functions.

Just Thomas Schouboe

Just Thomas Schouboe

just@krogerup.dk

Janitor

Janne Bill Hansen

Janne Bill Hansen

janne@krogerup.dk

Matron and handywoman

Thomas Park Jepsen

Thomas Park Jepsen

thomas@krogerup.dk

Janitor assistant

Rolf Foenss Christensen

Rolf Fønss Christensen

rolf@krogerup.dk

Janitor assistant

Victoria Steffensen

Victoria Steffensen

victoria@krogerup.dk

Janitor assistant

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