How about one of Patrick Kearney's retreats? I believe Chris has done a couple of those. You can listen to the talks from a recent retreat here: http://www.dharmasalon.net/Audio/Audio.php
((note they are listed backwards...) and see if it is agreeable to you. I haven't listened to that particular set (must do that!), but I've listened to talks from two previous retreats, and I was impressed by them. Of course, that's not surprising, since he teaches the Mahasi style that I am familiar with.
I doubt you'd find someone teaching just mind and mind objects. I think that for most of us it would be difficult to build enough concentration and mindfulness without using some physical contemplations.
As you can see from the link, Mahasi teachers (and anyone else teaching insight practises that I'm been exposed to) will start with the body and then move on to other objects. As I see it, you need something to build up concentration, as Tilt often says, "dry insight" is not always dry.... As you know, on the Goenka retreats you use the breath for about three days to build concentration. The Mahasi approach is to use motion (walking and rising-falling of the abdomen) to build and maintain concentration, and deals with the other satipatthanas as they arise.