THE POWER NAP REINVENTED
Therapists are rushing to assuage the “postelection grief” of Democrats. Entrepreneurs, meanwhile, are seeking to soothe the cranky folk in the nation’s capital as well. The power nap — made popular by the hard-driving IT and marketing entrepreneurs of another decade — has returned
“Type A White House staffers and lobbyists now have a new place to drop-in for a power nap or to meditate just steps away from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave,” advises Recharj, a “wellness company” offering meditation and 25-minute power nap sessions at a new studio that is indeed in close proximity to the White House. It opens Thursday.
“Washingtonians are feeling more stressed and fatigued than ever before. Our new studio offers a sanctuary to meditate, sip tea, power nap,” says manager Christine Marcella, who notes that the studio features “a spacious, eco-therapeutic meditation and power nap room” with such amenities as “private cubbies” and a kitchenette stocked with premium teas and other beverages.