Holistic Massage School Reveals Surprising Places Massage Therapists Work

According to Paula Curtiss, Founding Director for Healing Hands School of Holistic Health (HH), Massage Therapist’s work environments are no longer limited to Day Spas and Clinics.  Thanks to new technologies that confirm its therapeutic value, Massage Therapy has gained acceptance by mainstream medicine causing expansion into a variety of new settings.  Below is a list of just some of the new environments Massage Therapy graduates can choose from. Compiled from hundreds of job opportunities received by HH’s Job Placement Department, this list reflects the on-going need for therapeutic touch in our communities.


Holistic Clinics/Centers

  • Massage Clinics
  • Day Spas
  • Nail and Hair Salons
  • Wellness Centers


Sports & Fitness

  • Athletic Teams
  • Marathons & Sporting Events
  • Health Clubs & Fitness Centers
  • Yoga & Pilates Studios



Luxury Lifestyle

  • Spas
  • Resorts
  • Cruise Lines/Private Yachts
  • Casinos
  • Upscale & Boutique Hotels



  • Hospitals
  • Chiropractic Clinics
  • Doctors’ and Medical Offices
  • Rehabilitation Centers
  • Physical Therapy



  • Natural Food & Health Stores
  • Corporate Conference Rooms – (incentive/retention programs)
  • Provide Energy-work to Substance Abuse Rehab patients
  • Provide Off-site Chair Massages at offices, airports, retail locations, public and private events
  • Own Your Own Business as a sole practitioner


Serving residents through three regional campuses, HH is considered a trail-blazer for Holistic Health Education in Southern California.  To date, HH has prepared more than 7,000 students for rewarding careers in Massage Therapy and can do the same for you! To find out more, visit us at www.healinghandsschool.com  or call us at (949) 305-2722 in Laguna Hills, (760) 746-9364 in Escondido, 858-505-1100 in San Diego.