TOMO Philosophy
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TOMO Philosophy

Social Health = Wellbeing

In a time of growing isolation, anxiety, and distrust we should refocus on what’s important, each other.

Ever since the earliest days of civilization, the concept of health and wellbeing has been around. Whether it’s the Chinese developing their herbal treatments, Indian yogis learning to master their bodies, or the Greeks examining humors and anatomy, it’s clear that humanity wanted to find ways to live healthier and longer lives.




In a time of growing isolation, anxiety, and growing distrust, TOMO wants to change the nature of social engagement between technology and people.

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