Unleash the Kraken Within at Break Out Manila  

Anger is an emotion that is natural for people to feel. The need to release it by shouting, moving violently or just yelling the anger away is normal for every human being. There are of course several coping mechanisms that different persons take in order to release the stress and anger that life may bring.

There are those adrenaline junkies who need to be moving which is best exerted through exercising or sports. There are those who like to cry out their frustrations and anger by simply sitting on a couch binge-watching the sappiest Netflix movie, while stuffing their face with a tub of ice cream. There are also those creative weirdos who exhaust all their emotions on creating, like artists.

Anger is dealt with in the most bizarre yet effective way for different individuals. There isn’t a lot of avenues for one to just safely release the anger. Thus, the establishment of Break Room Manila, which was initially peculiar to many locals but highly indulging later on.

Come In, Break Things, Leave Happy

This innovative and unique creation of two locals is located in several branches across Metro Manila. In the environment where the hustle and bustle of everyday life come in waves, the Break Room exists to give people a chance to pause and just release. Whatever burden, anger, rage, and frustration that runs through your mind, Break Room is the missing avenue that will lead you to a lighter mood.

Whether it’s work, family, friendship or relationship issues, or other countless problems that come and pound on our brains, they are all out and free with a little stress reliever at this brillant establishment. The mechanics of every visit is simple, you come in, hit stuff with a bat and leave with a lighter feeling inside.

This is a great way to entertain yourself and to release some anger on your part.  People at the Break Room can throw anything provided by the venue, which may include plates, an old television set, bottles or anything you wish to bring that is up for destruction. You may even bring a picture of a person or people you are directing your anger towards, and tape it to the wall as you hit hard towards it with a bat. It may sound crazy, but it is increasingly fun as the 30 minutes you spend pass by.

Booking a session is doable online on their website, sessions last from 30 to 45 minutes. There are six branches you can visit when you want to let loose, which include Serendra in Bonifacio Global City, SM North EDSA, Greenbelt 5 in Makati, Paragon Plaza EDSA, Katipunan in Quezon City, and Alabang Town Center in Muntinlupa. All branches are open from Monday to Sunday, from 10:00 am to 11:30 pm.

Break Out Philippines: An Interactive Experience Out of the Chaos

A thirty-minute session starts at PHP 300 but may be cheaper if booked by groups. There is also a more interactive breakout experience people can be a part of called Breakout Philippines. Breakout Philippines is a forty-five minute suspenseful and interactive experience people can join in order to free from their stress and anger. The dynamic is simple and can be done best in a group or through teamwork.

Visitors will be placed in a highly stressful and frustrating environment depending on the theme of the room they chose upon online booking. The main objective is to escape the chaos and tension-filled room in just 45 minutes. Planning, problem-solving, time management and teamwork will be challenged in this simulation, which makes it all the more of an experience to remember.

Get it out there while you can!

The Break Room is open to anyone who just wants to blow off some steam and clear their minds with a heavy swing of a bat. Come in your comfiest attire and make sure you have some arm and leg room to swing as hard as you can, whether that’s in a dress or leggings, the capacity of breakage will not suffer. With the convenience of online booking, what is there stopping you? GBook your session now and get special discounts, see how much relief you will feel after just 30 minutes of pure invigorating release at Break Room Manila.

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