Shatter dishes with a baseball bat?
They dreamed of it.
“I've wanted to break something for a long time, but we have a child at home, so it was not possible there,” says Mike Renau.
It was in a California rage room that he found what he was looking for.
To cope with the stress and isolation associated with the Covid-19 pandemic, this property offers guests the opportunity to relax by destroying items.
Since the start of the epidemic, Yeshica Budde, the owner of Smash RX, has observed an increase in dating.
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“This is the first place to integrate a therapeutic aspect,” she emphasizes.
So when people come in, they don't come just to break stuff.
They actually come to get the tools and techniques they need to deal with stress in a healthy way.
During the session, in fact, the participants are observed by a therapist, who then advises them.
If similar establishments also exist in France, specialists remain cautious about the therapeutic nature of this practice.