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We spend a lot of our time hunched over a computer, our desks and even over the steering wheel of our cars. This can cause tight, sore muscles that lead to tension headaches and neck pain. According to Judi Bar, Yoga Program Manager at Cleveland Clinic, these poses help release tension, open the chest for … Read More