Russian magazine says Putin uses a ‘sensory room’ to stop DEPRESSION
Putin ‘uses “sensory room” to stave off DEPRESSION’: Suite with ‘bubble tubes’ and massage chairs is in presidential villa, claims magazine behind string of Vladimir revelations
- Suite was built at a villa in Valdai, Novgorod Oblast region, it has been claimed
- Room ‘features “bubble tubes” and $3,170 “US MEDICA Quadro” massage chair’
- Claims were made in Sobesednik magazine famed for its revelations about the Kremlin strongman’s personal life
Vladimir Putin uses a ‘sensory room’ to stave off depression with ‘bubble tubes’ and massage chairs in his presidential villa, a Russian magazine has claimed.
The suite, was reportedly installed specifically to relax the Russian President during visits to his residence in Valdai, in the country’s Novgorod Oblast region, north west of Moscow
The claims surfaced in the Russian magazine, Sobesednik, famed for its revelations about the Kremlin strongman’s personal life.
Vladimir Putin (pictured in August) uses a ‘sensory room’ to stave off depression with ‘bubble tubes’ and massage chairs in his presidential villa, a Russian magazine has claimed
Last year it reported on the remarriage of Putin’s ex wife Lyudmila. It is also credited with running high profile reports on the president’s daughters.
In its latest revelation, the magazine claimed Russia’s Federal Protective Service had signed a state contract to build a ‘sensory room’ at his luxury residence.
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The room is said to have been fitted out with ‘bubble tubes’ and a $3,170 ‘US MEDICA Quadro’ massage chair that features different ‘zero gravity’ positions to improve relaxation, according to the Meduza website.
The room is said to have been built withing his 2,300-acre residence on Lake Valdai – one of a number of retreats said to be available to the president.
The Russian President is often pictured relaxing in the countryside with macho images showing him swimming, hunting and fishing in various locations around Russia over the years
In 2016, RBC reported that the town outside the residence, Yashcherovo, has become a settlement for Russia’s elite having once been home to just 30 people.
It prompted some locals to rename the area ‘Kremlin 3’, the website reported.
Putin was said to be a frequent visitor to the area and residents said helicopters frequently landed there.
The Russian President is often pictured relaxing in the countryside with macho images showing him swimming, hunting and fishing in various locations around Russia over the years.
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