Bespoke Wellbeing Consultancy for Youth
Shin.tsugi (Shinzu) is a bespoke consultancy and community that offers highly personalised mental wellness & self-care for Youth, and a supportive like-minded community that has open discourse on Mental Wellness.
Through a deeper understanding of our mental & emotional relationship with social media, we help Youth reinvent their online interactions in a way that focuses on improving Mental Wellbeing. Shin.tsugi is on a mission to help Youth alleviate day-to-day stress & anxiety, and improve Mental Wellbeing, through bespoke design.
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• Name Origins •
Kintsugi (金継ぎ) is the ancient Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer or gold. It honours each artifact’s unique history by emphasizing, not hiding, the break.
In the same way, we as humans are imperfect and broken in places by what life has thrown at us.
Shin.tsugi (心継ぎ) comes from substituting the gold (kin／金) in kintsugi with the heart and mind (shin／心).
Shinzu is the repair of the heart and mind, where every individual’s unique history & traits are acknowledged and celebrated.
• Shin.tsugi / About the Founder •
Elaine Yeoh is on an entrepreneurial mission to improve youth mental wellbeing through bespoke design. A designer-digital marketer with over 5 years of expertise, she also brings 4 years of experience helping student entrepreneurs across Asia build Startups of their own in her previous role as Head of Marketing at Reactor School.
Elaine was Co-Founder of the 1st place tele-mental health team at Startup Weekend Singapore 2020.
Elaine believes in acknowledging and celebrating individuality, and in personalising self-care and mental wellness at a deep level. Our unique lived experiences, whether good or painful, make us the amazing individuals we are — just like the concept of Kintsugi (金継).
With a heart for helping youth cope with rising day-to-day stress & anxiety, Elaine has personally experienced the negative impact social media and today's social pressures can have on youth mental-emotional wellbeing. She has also experienced the therapeutic effects of the arts through calligraphy, bullet journalling and singing, and is passionate about sharing the same with others through her work.
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