About Amala Massage + Esthetics
"Amala" is a Hindi word, which means Pure. At Amala Massage + Esthetics, it is our goal and our passion to bring purity, peace + presence to the mind, body + spirit of each woman.
Crystal + Her Boys
About The Owner
Crystal Livingston, is a Licensed Esthetician, a Licensed Massage Therapist Certified in NeuroMuscular Massage Techniques, a Reflexologist practicing the Ingham Method of Reflexology, as well as, a Certified Yoga Trapeze Teacher through Yoga Teachers College. She is the owner of Amala Massage + Esthetics, which is nestled in the BreathEasy co-op downtown, along with a handful of other independent businesses. Crystal, has 26+ years, combined experience in her fields. She attended ABAC and later graduated from her Esthetics and Massage Therapy programs at Moultrie Technical College (now SRTC), where she continued to make the Dean's and President's Lists, was inducted into the National Technical Honors Society, and finished at the top of her class. The NeuroMuscular Massage Program she attended was no small feat; the program was a 1500 hour competitive program, which is 3 times the average 500 hour massage programs, that are typically offered and are required for Georgia licensure!
She is passionate about the connection between mind, body + spirit wellness, the specific needs of women in today's world, as well as educating her clients on the importance of self-care, positivity and helping to try and find the root causes of their issues and concerns. Her goal is to help guide as many women as possible down a path that leads to living happier, healthier lives with reduced pain and less stress and anxiety! She wants to help women look and feel their personal best, both inside and out!
Crystal, has been blessed to be a mom to 3 handsome, smart, energetic young men, who keep her on her toes at all times! When she is not working or momming, she enjoys quiet moments, time with loved ones, music, sports, the great outdoors, the occasional Netflix binge, walking, writing, sewing, Yoga Trapeze, and tending to her plants with her slightly greenish thumb.