More than occasionally, a new client will tell me that they can relate to just about every statement on my home page. Statements like “I constantly think about food,” “I want to improve my health without dieting or giving up my favorite foods”, “I find myself eating when I’m not hungry and I don’t know why,” and “I’m either ‘on’ or ‘off’ a diet and want to give up the diet and weight rollercoaster.”

Oftentimes people who struggle with food experience shame and feel alone in their struggles – even if they’re already working with a dietitian and/or therapist. That’s why I think the right kind of group support can be so powerful. My upcoming Intuitive Eating Group at Mindful Nutrition gives you both peer and expert support. Picture understanding, compassion, support, insight, encouragement (and hopefully laughter!)…to empower you to make a real positive shift in your relationship with food…and yourself.

What would happen if a year from now, nothing about your relationship with food changed? Rather than feeling stuck, imagine these possibilities in just 4 weeks:

  • Decreased food guilt and increased food confidence
  • Feeling more satisfied after eating
  • Learning tools to manage non-hunger urges to eat
  • Decreased binge eating intensity and frequency
  • Increased sense of body wisdom

Here’s what a past Intuitive Eating group participant had to say: “Minh-Hai, you are so knowledgeable and have a big bag of tricks to help us! Your gentle and supportive manner meant so much. I felt the Intuitive Eating Group was a huge support for me. It was very normalizing to meet others who wanted to learn about intuitive eating. It feels like such a hard thing to do on your own. The group readings and handouts linked well with the book and also highlighted and broadened the concepts. It was good to hear about other resources too, like the meditations. The atmosphere of the group was great – very calm and welcoming, relaxed and inquisitive. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to have a more mindful relationship with food and their body.”


When: 4 Sunday afternoons, 3:15-4:30pm beginning Feb. 10 (2/10, 2/17, 2/24, 3/3)

Where: Mindful Nutrition office in Fremont (600 N. 36th St, suite 423, Seattle 98103)

Investment: Early-bird registration is $175 if you register by January 31. ($195 after if there are any spots left)

This will be a very small, intimate group so spots are very limited. You can register online here (click on “Workshops”) or contact me with any questions at all.

p.s. This group is open to both adult men and women. It’s not appropriate for those battling anorexia.