Pampering spa treatments on city breaks to Stockholm

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Published: 11th January 2011
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Once the New Year arrives and Christmas is just a distant memory, many people are often left with winter blues. The lead-up to Christmas can be an incredibly hectic, busy and frequently stressful period. What better way to ease the tension and wash away those blues than by pampering yourself with some luxurious spa treatments?

The popularity of spas in Sweden has increased considerably over the past few years as more and more people have realised that they need strong elements of relaxation to help balance out a hectic lifestyle. One of the most popular spas to visit in Sweden’s leading city is Yasuragi Hasseludden. This spa is marketed as a little piece of Japan and is just a short bus journey away from Slussen in the south of Stockholm. The spa is based upon the Japanese concept of inner peace and guests are encouraged to take it easy from the minute they arrive and step into their traditional Japanese bathrobes – which you are allowed to keep as a memento! The spa offers various packages ranging from day passes to overnight stays - the Harmoni package is ideal for those on city breaks to Stockholmand it includes one night’s accommodation. Visitors choosing this package receive a delicious teppanyaki dinner and wake up to a healthy breakfast. You can also indulge throughout the day on the tea and fresh fruit buffet. Be sure to try out Yasuragi’s Japanese baths before bed, and you’ll sleep better than ever before.

City breaks to Stockholmwill allow you to take a few days in some of the many options here Swedish massages are world-famous, and a relaxing trip to Stockholm would not be complete without sampling the real deal. It was a Swede who came up with the original massage concept that was later developed by at Dutchman and then developed in hundreds of countries around the globe. In Sweden it is know as the classic massage and is seen as an integral part of well-being. At the core of the Swedish massage are the physical and mental concepts of wellness, promoted by the use of five massage styles; long, gliding strokes, kneading and lifting the muscles, rhythmic tapping, friction and vibration or shaking. The methods developed by the founder of the Swedish massage, Per Henrik Ling, focus on the specific beneftis of physical movement. The Swedish massage if one of several treatments available in Swedish spas, so make sure you don’t miss out on the relaxing properties surrounding city breaks to Stockholm. One of the best spas to visit in Stockholm is located in the incredible Grand Hotel. This spa is iinspired by local nature and heritage and offer all forms of massage and well-being activities, so you can feel good on the outside and on the inside

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