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*SATi Mindful MasterMind Group*



Talking all things mindful + intuitive eating and my life’s experience that brought me to this sacred work

Talking all things mindful + intuitive eating and my life’s experience that brought me to this sacred work

And I said to my body softly, ‘I want to be your friend.’ It took a long breath and replied, ‘I have been waiting my whole life for this.’’ – Nayyirah Waheed 

Hello MIT {Mindful & Intuitive Tribe}- 

I’ want to share an exciting new group that I’ve been organizing in my head, heart and soul for all of 2019. 

What has become apparent is a deep need to expand my professional services.  As we usher in the new power of 2020, a new decade, we find ourselves still struggling with diet culture beliefs and a disconnection from our internal knowledge.

It’s time to radically shift away from toxic food patterns while we embrace and cultivate this inner work of mindful + intuitive eating.  

I see the collective female food confusion and wounded association with weight (it absolutely kills me). I feel very called to help women make peace with food, their body, mind, and soul on a bigger level. 

This is truly sacred and deeply spiritual work to me – linked to my own two+ decades of dieting and almost thirty years of struggling.  I had to go through the depths of despair and depression then fight my way back to understand how diets and deprivation truly disconnect us from our valuable inner wisdom. 

By helping you repair a funky connection to food, guiding you to reconnect to you innate belly knowledge, and witnessing your radical shifts take place, makes my painful past journey feel purposeful. Now it has true meaning; it was not in vain. No, it was to help others heal.

My true calling in life and passion is to guide you through the murky waters of eating so you can find true inner peace (which BTW filters into each aspect of your life…#bonus).  The inner joy I receive is palpable and intoxicating since when you heal, I heal, we heal.

Now I want to expand that joy in a supportive group setting so that we may heal together in community.  If this resonates with you, let’s walk this deeply therapeutic journey, hand in hand, to the food finish line.

SATi Mindful + Intuitive Eating MasterMind Group


SATI is Sanskrit for mindfulness or awareness.

Mindfulness is a practice of tapping into the present moment to observe, with compassion and curiosity, what is going on around and inside you.  It’s a valuable tool to help you connect the personal dots of why you do what you do with food.

Intuitive eating is the self-care framework that helps delete diet culture behaviors, beliefs, habits, patterns and thoughts.  Even though intuitive eating is a bit more expansive than mindful eating, fusing the two can break the diet bondage and heal any disordered relationship with food and the body.

Jennifer will guide this MasterMind group, creating a venue for open and honest exploration of food challenges, personal breakthroughs, insights and possibilities that arise during the profound journey to food freedom and body kindness. 

During our 2-hour monthly group we will incorporate:

* Compassionate discussions on mindful + intuitive eating 

* Monthly eating skill(s) to work on and master each group

* Open Q&A each group for accountability + transformation

* Scientifically-proven techniques effective for stress management

* Ancient healing rituals created to positively shift the body on a cellular level

* Breath work, guided visualization, meditation, and more

* Private Facebook group

* Supportive healing in a group environment

* A creative blend of science + spirituality + unbiased support!

Ultimate Mission:

To radically shift your food perception and free up the emotional, mental and physical real estate that dieting zaps from you. I don’t know about you, but I wasted way too much head space on dieting and body obsession.

I will compress multiple decades of food struggles, diet habits + body wisdom into one year of mindful + intuitive eating habits. Step by step, you will get a distilled version of how to overcome the body/weight obsession, how to navigate the world of nutrition as well as healing rituals to build a powerful and successful connection with your belly and brain.  We’re going to heal your relationship with food from the inside out with science, spirituality, and unbiased support.

You’ll learn how to be the expert of your body from the food and nutrition expert, me. 

We’ll discuss your own Unique Nourishing System (UNS).  It’s a way to tap into your mindful + intuitive eating super power: your unique ability to tune into your body and know what it needs in that moment and then move on with your life without guilt, shame or food fallout.

I will teach you strategies for success for another level of life. I have created an approachable, in-person program for a healing group, the very thing I wish I could have tapped into during my chronic wrestling match with food, dieting, and my body.  

This is all of me, for you. 

Magic happens when women come together to hold a safe space for profound change. True healing happens in a private and supportive community to elevate our relationship with food, our body, belly, mind and spirit!  This type of healing journey requires a monthly commitment and is a closed group.

Time + Location: 

This group will meet the second Thursday every month from 6:30pm to 8:30pm (2-hours) in the group room at The Center for Love & Light (1145 Zonolite RD NE #10, Atlanta, GA 30306). Love & Light is a Wellness Center in North Druid Hills by Emory University off of Johnsons Road and Clifton Road.  


January 9 (completed), February 20, March 12, April 9, May 14, June 11, July 9, Aug 13, Sept 10, Oct 8, Nov 12, Dec 10* (*special session for end of year group)

I have a couple of spots available for this group – if you feel aligned with this powerful shift away from diet culture and wish to explore mindful + intuitive eating and body kindness, this is the group for you!


$125 per group (register below) Venmo or cash is accepted the day of the group or you can pay for the year in advance for a $100 savings (cash, check or Venmo only).  

Since this is a closed group, please note that just like a gym membership, payment is due even if you have to miss a group in order to hold your space just like a missed late-cancel appointment.  

Please contact me at or text or call 404-353-3482 with any questions that you might have. The only question that is silly is the one that was never asked! 

I want to say thank you for supporting my life’s work, even if you don’t join this group. If you are, I can’t wait to expand with you in 2020! Your greatest challenge can be your greatest gift…

Xx- Jennifer



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Hey y’all! My name is Harley Cobb and I’m a rising junior at the University of Georgia, majoring in Dietetics. I was born and raised in Charlotte, NC (the Queen City!) where I also became a 200-Hour RYS certified yoga instructor last summer.

This summer, I will be Jennifer’s “sidekick” in all things mindful and intuitive eating with Nutrition Atlanta!

Meet my new summer intern, Harley!