Your Wednesday Boost

Your Wednesday Boost is an offer of recurrent mindfulness sessions for researchers and spouses at AU to improve and boost your well-being. 

Your Wednesday Boost sessions have been carefully prepared for international and Danish staff at Aarhus University and their accompanying partners. These aim at improving and boosting the participants’ well-being through online and physical sessions facilitated by the Danish Center of Mindfulness

These sessions are free to attend, but registration is mandatory, for every session. 

The session 

These one-hour sessions take place via Zoom. During the sessions, an MBSR (mindfulness-based stress reduction) and yoga facilitator will guide you through different techniques and exercises that will help you reduce your stress, increase your motivation, concentration, and awareness, boost your resilience and improve your overall well-being.

Upcoming dates

Please register for each date you would like to participate 

Afternoon sessions - 16:00 to 17:00

9th March

6th April

11th May 

8th June

Morning sessions - 8:00 to 9:00

23rd March

27th April

25th May 

22nd June

Keep in mind: 

  • Please join the videocall 5 -10 minutes before it begins
  • You are welcome to attend all the sessions or just some of them
  • You work on your well-being at your own pace
  • You do not need special training or skills to participate
  • You receive additional resources after the sessions 
  • Accompanying partners/spouses are welcome to attend

The Facilitator

Camilla Marcinkowski is an MBSR (mindfulness-based stress reduction) and yoga facilitator from the Danish Center for Mindfulness at AU Health. She is an international teacher who has lived and studied in North America for many years and now teaching mindfulness and mental training to businesses, athletes, students and the public in Denmark.

The Danish Center for Mindfulness is a research centre at the Institute of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University carrying out research and education of teachers in mindfulness-based applications for many different people and patient groups.