Stress Relief Service In Moscow – Design You Trust

Stress Relief Service In Moscow

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Photo by Artyom Geodakyan / TASS / Barcroft Media

People in hard hats in a rage room in Moscow, Russia on January 27, 2016. The Debosh stress relief service gives its customers an opportunity to smash the rage room up with sledgehammers and bats to relieve stress and tension.

Debosh roughly translates as “riot”.

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Photo by Artyom Geodakyan / TASS / Barcroft Media

Prices range from $150 to $500 for different services.

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Photo by Artyom Geodakyan / TASS / Barcroft Media

Safety helmets and goggles are provided – customers only have to supply their own stress.

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Photo by Artyom Geodakyan / TASS / Barcroft Media

Computer says no! The higher-end service allows them to select items for the rage room.

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Photo by Artyom Geodakyan / TASS / Barcroft Media

Double whammy.

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Photo by Artyom Geodakyan / TASS / Barcroft Media

Rage against the machine.

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Photo by Artyom Geodakyan / TASS / Barcroft Media

Copy this! The company website says it’s a “fun, sporty, trendy” anti-stress measure.

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Photo by Artyom Geodakyan / TASS / Barcroft Media

And now relax…

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Photo by Artyom Geodakyan / TASS / Barcroft Media

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