A 5-Minute Mudra Practice for Easing Wrist Pain

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If you've been typing too much, or are experience wrist pain or arthritis, this quick mudra (or hand gesture) sequence, from yoga therapist Ann Swanson, will help you find relief. You can practice with Ann, author of Science of Yoga, during the week with live virtual classes that are perfect for people who need modifications for arthritis, back pain, or other conditions. Find her on Instagram at @annswansonwellness, or get private, telehealth yoga therapy if you are working with specific conditions or injuries.

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