In June 2015, the mystical creature and yogi Nadia Nasiri and I explored Iceland for two weeks. Although it was cold, it was not freezing. It was overcast much of the time, and there was one day of torrential rain. Otherwise, the weather was highly variable and changed several times a day. During that time of year, daylight lasts for about 21 hours a day and the sun never truly sets. Because of this, when the clouds break up a bit, sunsets bleed into sunrises, and orange and pink skies can last for hours.
The result of our efforts illustrates the harmony of the mind and body expressed through yoga in balance with the land known for fire and ice.