Nap It Up isn’t the most luxurious of settings to take a nap, but for an overworked and tired employee, it could be exactly what they need, reports National Post.

She got the idea for Canada’s first “napping studio” while working at her former job in a bank. “I worked long hours at my (former) work and we normally have an hour and a half for lunch,” she said. “I was very, very tired so I was trying to take a nap on the dining table.”

Just as she closed her eyes, her co-worker walked in, complaining about how tired he was. “And then another co-worker came in and said the same thing,” she said. “So there were three of us, just dying. At that moment, we would have paid anything (for a place to nap).”