THE POWER NAP REIN­VENTED

The Washington Times Daily - - POLITICS -

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.

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