Not sure what is worse. Practicing next to someone with strong sweat odor or strong curry odor. I think they are equal. Maybe curry is less offensive - though it's still not desirable. I have always heard about garlic coming through in sweat, but I guess curry is another spice that leeches out of your skin.
Today there was a tiny milestone achieved - tiny because it wasn't the complete pose, just a piece. The teacher that assists the Mysore classes (Kiran) at 7am (who gives the best adjustments - she is strong) actually got my hands bound in supta kurmasana, without the legs though. She didn't want to try to bind my legs because she thought I would lose my grip on the hands and I agreed. Then she moved my feet like an inch towards each other probably just to kind of get them going in that direction, and "pop!" I lost my grip. But this is still a positive development, to actually have my fingers together behind without the legs is something. I think I'm going to have a hard time with the full pose though because I have short legs, and that does not help with legs-behind-the-head. Long-torso + short-legs- + short-arms is not a good combo for supta kurmasana.
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