Jools offers Body-centred Therapy and Somatic Mindfulness to support clients in these areas:
- Trauma / PTSD
- Anxiety / depression / grief
- Body image / eating disorders
- Addictions / unwanted habits
- Injury / surgery recovery / chronic pain
- Systemic / auto-immune conditions
Please note that Jools does not offer "stand alone" programs or "treatments," but co-creates personalized, evidence-based support approaches for those dealing with these issues.
It is important for you to discuss any concerns with your family doctor prior to your participation, and if you are in doubt, ask if the methods described here are safe for your specific health conditions. In some instances you may be required to supply a doctor's permission note prior to commencement of therapy.
Principles of Practice
Accessibility & Inclusivity
Body-centred therapy is based on your mind and body, not on imposed cultural ideals or biases.
All gender identities, races, religions, ages, shapes, sizes, and abilities are welcome.
Empathy & Trust
The success of your therapy depends on the connection you make with your therapist.
Professional ethics and standards of practice ensure safety and confidentiality for all clients.
Knowledge Backed by Science
All therapeutic interventions used are supported by scientifically backed evidence.
Methods are continuously updated as knowledge and application are refined.
Training & Professional Development
Jools earned senior teacher status (E-RYT 500) from Yoga Alliance in 2014 and certified yoga therapist status with International Association of Yoga Therapists (C-IAYT) in 2019. She has taught yoga classes since 2010 and workshops, retreats, continuing education courses, and annual YA-registered 200-hour yoga teacher training programs since 2015.
- Counselling / Psychotherapy
- Yoga / Movement / Somatic Awareness
- Breath Techniques
- Focused Relaxation
- Somatic Meditation
Sessions are 60-75 minutes
Please consult your regular health care professional prior to beginning work with Interplay Health Sciences; Jools may request a doctor's permission note in certain circumstances.
To pay attention, this is our endless and proper work.
~ Mary Oliver
evidence-based therapy & training
learn from scientific sources rather than pseudoscience or unfounded beliefs