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  • Form Savannah
    Those who step into FORM's crimson and brick interior find savory treats; the three owners, Brian Torres, Claude Auerbach, and Jimmy Kleinschmidt, familiarize patrons with 60 cheeses. Among them are Sweetgrass Dairy green hill, three-and-a-half year old Boerenkaas gouda, chevres with cloudlike white rinds, and Parmigiano Reggiano, all of which pair with charcuterie such as wild-boar sausage or prosciutto from the celebrated artisans at La Quercia. More than 400 wines, including organic offerings, stand in glassy ranks, their colorful labels hinting at wisps of oak, sprays of fruit, and lacelike bubbles and more than 200 of these wines are under $20. FORM also offers an exciting collection of gourmet foods to-go, which include house meatloaf with a rosemary gravy, roasted salmon with wasabi and ginger aoili, and quinoa salad with roasted vegetables and balsamic vinaigrette.
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    1801 Habersham St
    Savannah, GA US
  • Renee Cunningham Massage Therapy & Bodywork
    Renee Cunningham began her journey as a massage therapist nearly a decade ago, and she has been soothing away stress ever since. Her nimble fingers readily adapt to the needs of her patients, whether they are suffering from chronic pain or simply pulled a muscle while screaming at their loved ones. Renee?s targeted kneads draw on techniques such as deep-tissue massage, which incorporates intense pressure, and craniosacral therapy, which restores balance and alleviates compression with light pressure.
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    2431 Habersham St
    Savannah, GA US
  • Liberation Thai Yoga Massage Therapy
    Yoga Co-Op specializes in Jivamukti, a Vinyasa form of Hatha yoga that inspired its first practitioners in 1984. Encompassing tenets beyond mat work, Jivamukti operates on a five-pronged philosophy that encompasses scripture, devotion, non-harming, music, and meditation. When students enter the facility, they first see a floor-to-ceiling mural of swirling pink, blue, and yellow that pops against black walls. The attention-grabbing art counterbalances the muted feel of the studio, however, where eggshell walls and simple green plants evoke simplicity and set the mood for the physical and spiritual lessons ahead. Seven classes challenge practitioners of varying experience levels, whether they're at the start of their yoga experience or have grown with their discipline. Among the courses, Spiritual Warrior keeps its busy students in mind with a 7:15 a.m. class time, and beginner Vinyasa introduces novices to slower-paced moves. Peace In/Peace Out aids in relaxation, and meditation classes put a Jivamukti spin on the ancient discipline.
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    2431-C Habersham St.
    Savannah, GA US
  • Coastal Acupuncture
    Licensed and board-certified acupuncturist, and a Georgia native, Isa Holloway, who accrued expertise under the tutelage of Southwest Acupuncture College's Doctors of Oriental Medicine, facilitates full-body holistic healing with the strategic application of tiny needles during acupuncture treatments. Sessions aim to alleviate health woes—including allergies and sleep dysfunctions caused by recurring nightmares of cookie monsters under the bed—and additional pampering, such as topical herbs, hot tea, foot acupressure, and guided meditation, further encourage overall wellbeing. Alternatively, cosmetic acupuncture treatments may encourage the production of collagen and elastin in the skin, and patients have the option to pair sessions with microcurrent or light energies to further vivify faces.
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    2431 Habersham St.( entrance on 41st St., across from Parrish Auto)
    Savannah, GA US
  • Savvy Savannah Tours
    Savvy Savannah Tours founders Rebecca King and Cyndie Parmerter pinpointed a problem with local tours: guests’ lack of connection to the content. Determined to bridge the gap between guides’ narratives and visitors’ imaginations without connecting their brains via electrodes, they designed a new brand of walking tour that sometimes incorporates interactive technology. The Scenes of Savannah Past guides are outfitted with iPads that display retro pictures of Savannah as they pass the locales in modern day. But other tours, such as the culinary Eat it and Like it or beer-tasting Savannah Suds, let the southern flavor of the city speak for itself.
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    Forsyth Park
    Savannah, GA US
  • Island Breeze
    Slurp on flavorful soups and stews at Island Breeze, a Caribbean-style eatery in Savannah's Bingville district. At Island Breeze, gluten-free and healthy eaters will appreciate the well-crafted menu items. Don't go thirsty during dinner! Island Breeze also offers a splendid drink list featuring wine, beer, and more. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. If you need to feed a big crowd, Island Breeze also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. null Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Island Breeze. Head on over to Island Breeze first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — Island Breeze is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    2818 Montgomery Street
    Savannah, GA US
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