Your holistic services will have the best protection possible from state regulatory board concerns — no matter which state you’re from, or which areas you specialize.
For more than two decades, the Professional Wellness Alliance has been committed to making holistic health more accessible by helping providers offer their services legally.
We'll help you determine if you’re operating your holistic health business legally and, if not, how you can ensure it is legal moving forward. Take this short quiz and get an answer right away.
We too believe in the power of holistic health, and we’re here to help you operate your business legally and worry-free — no matter which state you’re from, or what area(s) of holistic health you specialize in.
The reality is that if you don’t have a state license that authorizes you to offer holistic services, you run a high risk of legal troubles. Learn more about what licensure is and how it affects holistic health providers.
Heather Kokesch Del Castillo had to shut down her nutrition business because she wasn’t properly licensed. Don’t risk losing your business, passion and livelihood by remaining unlicensed.
"If you're thinking about joining, I highly encourage you to do so. I've been involved in litigation, and [the PWA] stepped in and helped me resolve it. I can't highly recommend them enough."
Dr. Peter Osborne, Licensed Holistic Practitioner, Author of No Grain, No Pain
Enjoy these benefits and more when you become a licensed team member of the PWA community.