Congratulations on achieving your Massage Therapy Certificate or Holistic Health Practitioner Certificate! Healing Hands graduates are the most highly demanded therapists in Orange County and San Diego County because of the exceptional training they receive and the array of modalities at their disposal.

Now that you’re a graduate (or approaching graduation), we want to be sure you have the resources you need to finish your program requirements, find a job, and thrive in your new career path.

Healing Hands Graduate Perks

As a graduate of the Healing Hands School of Holistic Health, you belong to our community for life.  Here are some of the perks that you can count on throughout your entire career:

  • Lifetime Inclusion on the Job Opportunity Email List
  • Lifetime Resume and Interview Assistance 
  • Lifetime Discount for HHP Continuing Education Courses (for HHP graduates)

Certification & Licensing Support

You’re graduating with your school certification – and now it’s time to consider State certification! The CAMTC, or California Massage Therapy Council, is the state certifying entity in California. They issue a Massage Therapy Certification at 500 hours. The Certification is considered voluntary, however, many counties, cities, and businesses require it, so we encourage everyone to apply.

Download our Steps to receiving your CAMTC certification, and visit for more information.

Note that other states may have different requirements than California and you may need to take further education to meet those requirements, depending on the program you accomplished in California. We offer free transcript review to any graduate who asks.

Healing Hands School of Holistic Health has Institutional Accreditation through ABHES - Accreditation Bureau of Health Education Schools. This means the transcripts that you earn at HHSHH can be utilized to be become Licensed or Certified in states that recognize institutional accreditation. We are happy to guarantee support for any future state, or licensing entity which you may apply. When you request transcripts to be sent to a different state, we will review your transcripts against the requirements of that state and give you the best advice to become licensed or certified in that state.

Career Services

Resume Support

Are you confused about how to write a good resume? You aren’t alone. Our Resume Workbook & Interview Guide is designed to help you with the process. We’ll also help to look over your resume and provide guidance and support.


Career Placement Support

We typically receive 3-5 career postings per week. These positions range from part-time to full-time to independent contractor, and they come from every specialization within the massage field.

FAQs for Graduates

How do I get certified to work in a different state?

Different states have different requirements for massage therapists/ If you plan on leaving California, check the new state’s requirements. These requirements may include: hours of training, testing, background checks, etc. The best one-stop website for different state requirements.


What is the MBLEx? Why is it important?

The MBLEx stands for Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination and is used by 43 states to determine if you should become licensed or certified in that state. In California, this exam has been suspended until January 1st, 2027, however, we still encourage all of our students to pass this exam. The MBLEx is considered an industry standard, and we believe that passing this exam allows graduates to have more opportunities than they would otherwise have, and we prepare our students to take this exam. Visit FSMTB for more information.


What are the Nationals? How do I get them?

The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodyworkers (aka the Nationals) changed its name to the Board Certification for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork. This is an additional certificate that helps prove your expertise as a massage therapist.  Most employers do not request this. However, therapists with this certification may experience greater pay because they are considered more qualified. Most of our teachers have this certification, and we highly encourage the additional certificate for our graduates. In states where a test is necessary to receive a license, the Nationals can often take the place of sitting for an additional exam. You need 750 hours in school and 250 working hours to take this exam. 

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How do I get insured?

There are different massage therapist insurance agencies to consider. We are partnered with Associate Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) because of their advocacy for holistic health in the community. They also offer some of the best full-coverage insurance plans plus other career-building member benefits. Go to to learn more. If you sign up, our referral number is 133236.


Why do I need insurance?

There are 3 different types of Insurance for a massage therapist: General Liability, Professional Liability, and Product liability. Most massage insurances cover all 3 types, but always check before you buy.

Insurance covers you in case someone gets hurt before, during, or after a massage. Most employers require that you have insurance if it is not included with employment. *Please note that some modalities, like Hot Stone, are not covered under most insurance agency’s policies unless you have taken the class at a qualified school. (That means that if a spa trains you, your personal insurance will not cover you). So, be careful with what employers ask you to do, and always make sure you are covered!

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