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I’m outta here. I’m taking a spring break vacation – a whole week off from work. I practice yoga, and for the last class of every three-month session, my teacher Linda schedules a restorative practice. We work through a few active poses, then spend the majority of the class prone, propped up with bolsters, blankets and [...]