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Heather
Clothing Designer

Wazi Shoes is a socially conscious company that ethically produces Tanzanian made sandals ensuring appropriate working conditions and salaries for shoemakers. A percentage of the sales fund scholarships for nursing and midwifery students in East Africa.  
Co-founders and sisters, Heather Christensen Smith and Alice Christensen Majid, have lifelong connections to East Africa having lived there in their formative years.
They were brought up in Santa Barbara, where Heather now lives while Alice is based in Tanzania.

They produces beautifully handmade beaded sandals in a family-owned workshop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania ensuring appropriate working conditions and salaries for shoemakers while also donating a percentage of the sales to fund scholarships for nursing and midwifery students in East Africa.
They have conscientiously chosen packaging, from the shoe bags to the boxes, that are also made from sustainable processes and supporting Tanzanians. The shoe boxes are handmade from recycled cardboard by Africraft, and the kitenge fabric shoe bags are made by the Mufinidi Orphan Vocational Training Project where vocational students gain experience, are paid for their work.
Sage Moon offers three styles of Wazis, each named after an East African bird to celebrate and highlight love of travel and wildlife.
10% of the profits from each sale will help fund a young nurse scholar in East Africa.
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Sarah
Clothing Designer

Sarah is a yogi, a naturalist, a believer in the power of the Earth and the happiness that Earth materials bring. She started designing clothing for all the yogis who were looking for loose-fitting, breathable clothing to practice yoga in. Since then, her love for natural fibers and adorning goddesses in beautiful fabrics has only grown. She fell in love with Thai gauze cotton for its light and flowy nature. She offers this clothing to live breathable, vibrantly, playful, and relaxed. 

Sarah Gingles is “a yogi, a naturalist, a believer in the power of the Earth and the happiness that Earth materials bring.” She is on a journey of expanding her awareness and sharing lifestyle elements that create more freedom.

Her collection of lightweight, elegant and playful clothing honors the simple beauty of nature. It is made of soft, strong gauze cotton, styled playfully flowy. Earth material and flexibility come together with Fairy elements to remind us that we are the Spirit of nature. These are happy clothes. Come play with us in the garden!

What do you love most about Kundalini Yoga?

Oh my, how can I choose one thing! I love everything about Kundalini Yoga that I experience — chanting, dancing, empowering language, courage, play, my increased awareness, feeling the power of my heart, and the richness, beauty, honesty, and depth of the community members. Also, the best dance parties ever are with Kundalini yogis.

What is your go-to clothing item?

My Ecstatic Skirt in Natural Cream. It’s a flowy, tiered calf-length skirt with a slip built in. The undyed fabric is like butter. I love how the skirt flows in airy waves when I spin. 

What is the benefit of wearing white?

All colors are transforming. I find that white and cream has me feeling open to others — seen, radiant, confident, elegant, regal. Very light hues help me receive more information about my environment— literally more vibrations are reaching my body for processing. When I am radiant, I also receive more of myself reflected back to me. People transform when they change into whites. They feel lighter and brighter — and they are!

What are your hopes for your customers? What do you hope they receive from your offering?

I make prayers for the people who will wear these clothes as I send them off. My prayer is that they will feel beautiful and enjoy prosperity in their lives. I am honored to offer something that people will have transformational experiences in. It’s a very subtle support, but it’s there.

Explore her free-spirited clothing here.

 

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