I’ve always found it fascinating the way my mood, habits, eating patterns and preferences totally transform based on my body temperature. I can only speak for myself, but an ice cream in December just doesn’t sparkle the same way it does in July. Beyond my tastebuds, I notice myself becoming a lot more sluggish in high heat and a lot more tense during cold weather. A few years ago I started to wonder if I could apply the principles of yoga, mindfulness and breathwork to help override these patterns. That’s when I learned about cold exposure and heat therapy.