Welcome to LINK Denmark
LINK subgroups are special-interest groups that meet on a regular basis, usually weekly or monthly.
We are crafters, readers, sportswomen, lovers of gourmet food, and much much more!
Whatever your interest, there is probably a subgroup for you, and if not, you can always set up your own!
Currently LINK offers the following groups:
A group of joyful and lovely ladies play badminton for relaxation on two courts at Svanemøllehallen every Monday evening. We have coaching once a month to improve our technique, and we love these sessions! We also hold traditional Christmas and End-of-the Season dinners which are a lot of fun.
A choice of morning or evening meetings (some involving more wine than others!) once a month. Opportunities to borrow books and share interesting reads with the LINK Library. New members always welcome.
Café Call is a relaxed, no RSVP-required, monthly visit to a café in the Copenhagen area. It is usually held on the first Tuesday of every month and is a chance for members old and new to get together and chat in a friendly atmosphere.
Would you like to improve on your Danish? The LINK Danish Conversation group welcomes all levels of Danish. The group meets on a regular basis and the goal is to improve your grammar, pronunciation, to feel more confident when speaking in Danish and of course to have fun!
We meet every two weeks at one of our member’s homes to practice talking for one hour in French and one hour in English on a pre-agreed topic.
The German Conversation group meets once a month at a cafe in Copenhagen. We hope there are some women interested to join this group, don't be hesitant to come - all levels are welcome, from native speakers to those just learning German.
The Spanish Conversation subgroup is a highly international group for all those who speak Spanish. Both native and non-native speakers are welcome at our monthly meetings.
If you are a nature-lover, sustainable and green-living ambassador and an environmental and ecological warrior, join the LINK Environmental Ambassadors subgroup. Our objectives are to create social and fun events in amazing nature settings, recycle and reduce waste daily; and act as school and local community ambassadors in raising environmental awareness.
This is a well established group that meets every week in Charlottenlund. They participate in interval training and networking whilst exercising. The group usually covers about 5 km followed by body weights, running around in circles so all levels are welcome.
LINK Swimming is a social group of beginners, intermediate and good swimmers. We enjoy swimming together in pools and in the sea. All year round! Most of us swim weekly, while others swim more frequently. It doesn’t matter which level you are, there is always time for a coffee and a chat afterwards. We encourage each other to have a goal and enjoy the journey together reaching them. All levels welcome.
Come join our tennis group for weekly games or lessons and fun tournaments. All levels welcome.
This group meets once a month to eat somewhere vegan or vegetarian friendly, or to make or experience some vegan or vegetarian. We exchanges tips, recipes, and shopping habits. This is an inclusive group for members of all diets (including meat eaters), and is aimed at helping each other to eat the diet that we choose. We can all learn from each other.
Friday City Walk
Are you interested in exploring Copenhagen’s streets, parks, and harbors while you walk and join other marvelous ladies sharing experiences and networking opportunities? Then the Friday City Walk is for you.
Our goal is to walk 10,000 steps within 1 hour and 30 minutes. That sometimes requires us to walk briskly, but we are willing to stop, take a picture, or share knowledge about our surroundings. We swap events, opportunities, and moral support. At the end, we finish for coffee and/or lunch.
Deer Park (Dyrehaven) Walking Group
Come and join us for a good two hour walk with great company and conversation in the Deer Park. The park stretches north to south, from Skodsborg to Jægersborg, and west to east, from Fortunen to Tårbæk and covers about 1700 hectares. In 2015 it was recognised as a UNESCO world heritage site and is home to over 2000 wild deer.
Dogs are always welcome to accompany us but must be kept on the lead at all times.
This welcoming group meets every two weeks to share experiences and learn from each other. The group covers a range of topics as decided by members, such as mind-body connection, nutrition & wellness, and parenting.