Bharosa means trust, faith, confidence. I interpret it as faith in oneself.
I was that kid who was labeled early on as having my head in the clouds. I wasn't given a chance. In my 16 years of teaching, I have come to believe, above all, in accessibility. I make all content- whether writing, dance or yoga- accessible and enjoyable for my students.
You don't have to be a 'writer' to write; you don't have to be a 'dancer' to dance; you don't need to 'be flexible' to do yoga. If you write, you're a writer. If you dance, you're a dancer. If you can take a deep breath, you practice yoga.
I want anyone who so desires to have access to my offerings. I work with people of all ages, races, abilities, etc.
So come, try out whatever calls your name.
Have bharosa in yourself.