U. practiced after the morning shower and after breakfast.
The practice lasted 1 hour. U. went in and out of the positions. She didn't hold the asanas very long. Every single asana was performed, every vinyasa was performed. But between the asanas she took breaks. Practice seemed to be heavy. Feet seemed to be cold as she warmed the feet from time to time with her hands, for a while she even wore socks. To enter kapotasana she layed down. It was not seen that she could lift her body. To enter this asanas from laying down is likely to be as difficult as to get into it from kneeling position. Then no breaks anymore, flow was to be seen, one asana followed the other. And then suddenly the face showed some reaction. It was at the start of eka pada sirsasana. She stopped, she must have injured. U. went on for a short closing sequence, but didn't look happy. Later we were informed that the right side of the lower back suddenly hurt. Overstretched. Damned.
To perform such difficult asanas it is very important that the room is very warm. Feet were cold till the end of the practice, so the body couldn't be very warm either. This injury means 2 steps back again. How sad.