Well-known in the fitness, yoga and fashion industries—Liquido Active has become a coveted and international brand by creating functional and chic active wear that offers socially conscious, second-skin feeling clothing with its sweatshop-free practices. With apparel that is bold and flattering in design for women who like to incorporate fashion and function that can seamlessly transition them throughout their day.
As an entrepreneur, Yogi, and the Global Distributor of Liquido Active, Renata Facchini has had many opportunities to work with talented and amazing businesswomen from all over the world. All of the women who have aligned with Liquido on its limited edition lines or humanitarian work all share a common goal: to make a difference in the lives of women around the globe.
Do Good Clothes
While each line has a different intent, humanitarian causes are of utmost importance to Facchini and the Liquido team, and this often times plays a role in the lines they create and distribute. “We often put forth limited edition lines that are socially conscious and benefit and develop the lives of women and children in third world countries,” shares Facchini.
Liquido is currently promoting two limited edition ranges that directly impact the lives of others: Liquido by Tiffany Cruikshank and Liquido for African Yoga Project.
The Liquido by Tiffany Cruikshank is a limited edition collection created by Liquido with renowned Wellness Expert, Tiffany Cruikshank.
Tiffany Cruikshank is an international yoga teacher, author and health and wellness expert, Tiffany Cruikshank, creator of the celebrated brand, Yoga Medicine teamed up with Liquido to conceptualize and design an exclusive range of active wear. Their combined creativity and vision has led to one of Liquido’s most beautiful collections yet.
Tiffany’s background as an international yoga teacher, author and health and wellness expert, and creator of the celebrated brand, Yoga Medicine, was the perfect fit for this line. Our combined creativity and vision enabled us to conceptualize and design this exclusive range of active wear for women who like to integrate fashion into their active lifestyle while effortlessly transitioning through different phases of her day. It truly is one of the most beautiful Liquido collections yet.
The Liquido by Tiffany Cruikshank collection launched at the 2015 Yoga Journal Live Conference in San Francisco.
Bold and confident this collection features four patterns of pants, five colors of sports bras, and five colors of workout tops, with each pattern under one of these design categories: Soul Sister, Kindred Spirit, All For One, and Grateful Heart. The entire line is available for purchase in the U.S., Canada and Australia. The prices for this line are dependent on the specific article and range from $31.00-$82.00. Items from this limited edition line can be purchased directly from Liquido.
Liquido and Tiffany Cruikshank’s Yoga Medicine, both advocate for socially conscious fashion, and a percentage of all sales from this collection will go towards funding Yoga Medicine initiatives within India. This humanitarian project is with the Women’s Interlink Foundation (WIF), to address education and support issues for street and working children in the heart of Kolkata, known as The Nabadisha Education Project.
The Nabadisha Education Project will operate 15 street kids shelters for over 525 children living in the slums and red light districts of Kolkata. It will target kids between the ages of 4-15 to prevent them being trafficked into the sex industry. The centers provide healthcare, education, nutritional meals, tutoring, job coaching, yoga classes, and sports and recreational activities. One year of operational support for the 15 shelters including teacher’s salaries, supervisor’s salaries, accountant, programming, transportation, educational materials, and office support for the Women’s Interlink Foundation. More information on this retreat with Tiffany Cruikshank and supported by Liquido, can be found by visiting here or www.experiencethevillage.com.
To further support humanitarian project, Yoga Medicine will host a very special Seva (service) teacher-training module in support of this from December 7, 2015 through December 16, 2015, at the Vedic Village Spa Resort. The teacher-training component will be all about selfless and compassionate service work, but the retreat is open to the public. This is very unique, as usually Yoga Medicine retreats are open only to those in teacher training. This retreat will include daily yoga, meditation and education on issues relating to human trafficking, rehabilitation, and economic empowerment. If you are interested in learning more about this Seva, please visit www.experiencethevillage.com.
Liquido for African Yoga Project
Liquido recently released a limited edition legging to benefit the education and wellness projects that Africa Yoga Project (AYP) supports throughout Africa. The African Sunrise legging was designed exclusively for AYP with 10% of all sales going towards continued support of their programs to spread joy and awareness domestically and abroad.
This bright and beautiful pattern legging is available in size small through x-large. This limited edition item can be purchased directly from our website for $85.00.
AYP’s core activities include: yoga practice, meditation, self-exploration through inquiry, performing arts as a vehicle for empowerment, health education (HIV/AIDS), relationship building, and community activism. All of their programs are designed to increase physical, emotional and mental wellbeing on the individual level while also building healthy and empowered communities.
AYP provides a scholarship-based, 200-hour teacher training course to residents aged 18-25 in slums and informal settlements around Kenya. The goal is to help these trained yoga teachers spread health throughout their communities while also providing them with a stable income. Through this program, AYP empowers over 250,000 Kenyans a year through the power of yoga. The 100+ AYP teachers see no boundaries of sharing this practice. They teach in prisons, schools, special needs centers, HIV/AIDS support groups, deaf schools and rural villages. More information can be found at www.africayogaproject.org.
These are just two examples of projects that Liquido is currently involved in to make an important mark on this world.
“The most rewarding part of what we do at Liquido is to see how empowered our customers are when they are wearing our product—to see women feel confident, self-assured and beautiful in our active wear lines is such an incredible feeling! Equally rewarding are the projects we’re involved in to give back. Humanitarian causes are such an important and valued component to our business and the lives that we can impact. If I can encourage others to do one thing it’s this: be the kind of person (or business) that leaves the world better then you found it.”
About Liquido: Liquido was first started in 2001 by a family in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and is an active wear clothing company that specializes in creating functional but fabulous pieces. In 2009, entrepreneur and yogi, Renata Facchini brought the brand to Australia and the United States and now offers everything from yoga pants to high impact sports bras, and holds the distribution rights for Liquido worldwide. The range is now coveted by those in the know in both the yoga and fashion industries. www.liquidoactive.com.