A functional air conditioning unit wasn't the only thing LeBron James had going for him during Sunday's Game 2 against the San Antonio Spurs.

The Miami Heat superstar was also the beneficiary of a cleansed mind and body, the result of a few relaxing trips he made after his team's Game 1 loss.

On Saturday night, roughly 48 hours after he had to sit out the closing minutes of the series opener with leg cramps, James showed up alone to a movie theater in the San Antonio area. James, who normally travels with an entourage, was without friends or security when he saw a 5:40 p.m. showing of "Maleficent."

The next morning James and his massage therapist showed up unannounced at an 8 a.m. yoga class at the team's resort.

“Me, and three other people and also a little kid but he didn’t want no parts of it," James said of the class. "So that’s probably the only thing that I did differently today.”

James began practicing yoga during his Cleveland years, and in Miami he's joined Dwyane Wade in private classes.

"Yoga isn't just about the body, it's also about the mind and it's a technique that has really helped me," James told the Cleveland Plain-Dealer in 2009. "You do have to focus because there's some positions that can really hurt you at times if you aren't focused and breathing right."

James did something right in his preparation for Sunday's game, as he exploded for 35 points and 10 rebounds in the Heat's 98-96 victory.

If you're wondering what it looks like when the 6-foot-8, 250 pound James stands on his head, check out this video from his time in Cleveland: