Jye Murray (the Koori Physio) – understanding trauma in the body and Aboriginal social determinants of health

Episode 40

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Caroline Kell

Caroline Kell is a proud Mbarbrum women who was born and raised on Kulin Lands. She is the Founder and Managing Director of Blak Wattle Coaching and Consulting. Caroline is a Former Counsellor and Executive Director who is deeply passionate about the social emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

In this episode, Caroline is joined by Jye Murray, also known as his online persona, The Koori Physio. Jye is a proud Wiradjuri and Ngemba man who was born and raised in Cowra. A qualified Physiotherapist and someone who is incredibly passionate about  Aboriginal social determinants of health. He is using his voice to help close the widening Aboriginal health gap grossly affecting Aboriginal people and communities. He inspires and educates mobs to live healthy lives and advocates for systemic change.

In this episode, Caroline and Jye yarn about Aboriginal health, and the racist, systematic and cultural barriers that prevent mob from achieving their desired health. They yarn about the trauma and the impacts of the body, mind and spirit. And lastly, they unpack their own personal journeys and setbacks when making choices and lifestyle changes when trying their best, to live a happier and healthier life.

To keep up to date with all the deadly work Jye is doing ,  make sure to follow him on social media:

Instagram @thekooriphysio

TikTok @thekooriphysio

YouTube @thekooriphysio3285

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