Christmas is coming and we are all looking for emotions and gifts to make the upcoming holidays truly special.
What can we do? Certainly by giving the gift of a stay in a Spa, where we can share magical moments together with our loved ones or friends.
Spas, in this period, are also chosen for a last minute remise en forme by those who, in view of lunches, dinners and gala evenings, want to prepare themselves in the best possible way to present themselves in perfect shape for these appointments.
We are therefore talking not only about a health approach, to maintain or improve one’s physical shape, but also about treatments and courses that contribute to creating the right personal balance between body/mind/emotions, preparing us to face a period of celebrations, relationships, parties and emotions in the best possible way.
Christmas in a SPA
Spending Christmas holidays in a Spa is a good idea because the choice balances holiday time with the need for true relaxation.
From Christmas Eve to New Year’s Eve, until Epiphany, the days of the Holidays are a perfect opportunity to go to places where you can take care of your body and mind.
Receiving gifts is always nice, but often giving them can become stressful. So why not give the gift of wellness at the nearest or most desired Spa?
Many facilities offer the possibility of customising packages with “ad hoc” treatments, Private Spas, phytotherapy treatments, moments of relaxation in the sauna or hammam, and all that the vast Spa world is able to offer, working to create a sensation of wellbeing linked to a profound harmony with oneself and the surrounding environment.
Today, every Spa is in fact oriented towards studying ‘tailor-made’ treatments, associating massage techniques with the stimulation of energy points and meridians, which generate special wellness and beauty pathways that suit everyone’s needs.
So, a holiday of this kind becomes a beautiful “cocoon” gift to give ourselves or our loved ones.
Which SPA to choose for Christmas
More and more, in the common imagination, places dedicated to relaxation are immersed in nature, with breathtaking views, surrounded at this time by snow-capped peaks and perhaps close to the ski slopes, for a New Year’s Eve in a Spa with the family or as a couple, in perfect balance between relaxation and sporting activities.
However, Spas throughout Italy represent places with a vocation for wellness, and therefore suggestive and cosy destinations for a relaxing winter break. Make way, therefore, for thermal Spas, but also for recreational Spas or Spas in cities of art, adding ingredients such as art and culture to the relaxation break.
For example, LA SPA Helvetia&Bristol, a 5*L wellbeing retreat in the heart of Florence proposes a very innovative and popular Wellness Menu.
by Elisabetta Farneti