Each session starts with a safety tutorial to remind you of the rules of the rage room. After going through the rules, you get to pick a weapon of your choice like hammers, baseball bats, golf clubs, name it and we have it! We also have an extensive playlist for you to choose from, perfect for your rage room experience!
The room itself is full of a wide variety of breakable objects. We provide pretty much any breakable object you can think of. There are plenty of electronic goods like TVs, computers, etc., and other objects like furniture or plates and cups. Because safety is our number one concern, there’s nothing dangerous in the room, but we know you’ll still have the best time breaking the stuff we provide. Each member of the rage room party gets decked out in safety equipment, including coveralls, face masks, and gloves.
Do rage rooms really work? We all have to deal with stress in our daily lives. Whether it’s because of work, home, or anything else, the stress can build up and manifest itself in unhelpful ways such as anxiety and high blood pressure. Some people believe the best way to relieve stress and anger is to break things. So rather than doing this in your own home with your own stuff, come and visit our smash therapy room. This allows you to destroy things without having to worry about the mess or the consequences. After an hour-long session in our room, you’ll leave feeling much more relaxed than when you entered.
Smash therapy provides a great short-term release for built-up stress and is the perfect way to get rid of a hard day’s anger. We see results in our guests within minutes of being in the rage room. Many people join us after a long and stressful day at work, and by the time they leave, they’re smiling from ear to ear.
Invigorating Rage Room Experience
Are you feeling stressed? Let go of that anger in a perfect setting at our Rage Room. The concept is simple, book a session with us at , choose your weapon and smash things! This is a perfect time to bring your friends along for an awesome smashing group experience.