We know what Christmas is a time for giving, and don’t get us wrong we are on board with spoiling your favourite people with their favourite things or activities. But when we talk about giving, there’s often someone left out of the equation- and that’s you.


As human beings, we find it more rewarding to do something nice for others, to treat them, to go out of our way to show them how appreciated and valued and special we think the most important people in our lives are. This is particularly true for women, who often spend weeks agonizing over the perfect gift at Christmas for kids, parents, family, your significant other and friends; and all of this is done without thinking much about what you need at this time of year.


The end of the year is a chance to reset, reflect and revive. Whether it’s been a big year personally or professionally, come December we are all ready for a break. And we need to acknowledge that feeling within ourselves and work out ways to serve our feelings to ensure that we get the downtime we need to head into January feeling a million dollars. The last thing you need at this time of year – and we know this because we have been there – is to give give give give all December and January long and start back at work or start the new year with absolutely nothing left in the tank.


This season at Museo we want you to treat yourself. We have great seasonal offers that are designed to recharge you, mind and body, to set you on the right path for the new year. We are also offering a great host of standard, full-body treatments designed to help you feel relaxed and rejuvenated, like our full body massage in our relaxation chamber. Any treatment at Museo is a great way to begin or end your holiday, allowing you a moment of peace and silence, just for you.


Whether you choose one of our Christmas packages as something for your kids to put under the tree or you want to send the link to our website to your husband or best friend, consider what you need this festive season. A gift to yourself isn’t selfish; it’s an investment in the way you want to treat yourself and how you want to face the world for the next 12 months.