Everyone has had those bad days where they just wanted to break something or, sadly enough, someone; the Anger Room allows people to channel these disruptive emotions in a controlled environment. By doing so, they effectively let out some of their frustrations.
Essentially, the Anger Room is made to look like a typical workplace, kitchen or living room so that people can imaginatively recreate, and thus release, the situation that caused the fury in the first place. The Anger Room also comes complete with breakable items such as mannequins, TVs and tables. People are offered a selection of baseball bats, golf clubs, tennis rackets, crowbars and more to lash out with.
Founded by Donna Alexander, the Anger room is located in a strip mall in Dallas, Texas.
The Anger Room Lets Customers Let Out Frustrations in Controlled Environment
1. Rage Rooms - Opportunity for creating more rage-releasing spaces for people to channel disruptive emotions in a controlled environment.
2. Therapeutic Activities - Increasing popularity of therapy sessions involving unique and nontraditional activities for emotional catharsis.
3. Gamification of Mental Health - The potential for gamifying therapeutic activities to make it more engaging, enjoyable and effective in managing emotions.
1. Entertainment - Opportunity for incorporating rage-relief in other entertainment centers and offering a new type of cathartic experience.
2. Mental Health - Utilizing the concept of rage rooms as an experiential and non-traditional method for managing emotions or anger management therapy sessions.
3. Hospitality - Hotels & resorts can offer guests with this unique experience as a part of wellness & self-care services to relieve stress and tension.