I have been licensed for a little less than a year, but in that short time I have noticed that people with desk jobs need massage the most—and the sad part is they don’t even know they do. They sit for hours at a time without moving—and if they have a computer in front of them, it’s not good for their eyes either. They need work on their neck, back, shoulders, upper chest, legs and glute muscles. I educate my clients by telling them to get up out of their chair every 20 to 30 minutes to move around and/or do stretches. As therapists, we know what happens to muscles that are flexed or extended for a long period of time.