Actions to relieve stress and improve high-energy mental health are the perfect antidote to the isolation caused by COVID and the frustrations of everyday life. Some people are exempt from exercise, but there are more fun and direct ways to let off steam. The new facility, 1:11 Team, is there Detroit’s first interactive subway experience exercise designed as exhaust valves for the vital pressure that allows inallows you to relieve stress in a rejuvenating and pleasant way. Located at 15618 W. 10 Mile Road, Southfield, Michigan 48075, 1:11 Collective is now open for stress relief here with sessions from $ 30 per hour.
The facility has specially designed rooms with non-traditional therapeutic activities, including ax throwing, a break room for plate-breaking sessions, an affirmation wall, a speed pack, sound therapy and massage chairs for the whole body. To help clients disconnect from distractions and reconnect with the inner self, couples classes, yoga classes and therapeutic classes will be held. This safe place to relieve stress also offers virtual reality therapy.
1:11 The band was founded Daniel Kato, licensed clinician in schools and in private practice. She says the company’s name combines number one, for independence, with number 11, for motivation – and that it’s framed as 1:11 to show that it’s time to form empowering teams.
“I’ve worked in the mental health sector for years, studying different forms of clinical services,” says Cato. “Based on experience, I have adapted a non-traditional structure that includes an exciting opportunity to become mentally healthy.”
Access to 1:11 The Collective will begin in $ 30 per hour, with monthly membership for some classes. Clients must be at least 16 years old and at least 18 years old in the ax-throwing hall. Staff will be trained on site and there are no physical training requirements for participants. Tickets can be purchased at www.111thecollective.com. Follow Instagram on @ 111thecollective.