UKPTA Polarity Therapy Association Website Header
The UK Polarity Therapy Association Logo

UK Polarity Therapy


UKPTA Green line defned Polarity Therapy

Copyright © All rights reserved. UKPTA 2024

Follow us!

Follow our message on Social Media


Polarity Therapy

Polarity Therapy is a popular form of treatment which is increasingly sought after, as people look to complementary and more holistic approaches to ill health; alongside more conventional methods through their GP.

This amazing approach to health and healing - originally developed by Dr Randolph Stone, DO, DC, ND - employs a profound system that blends both Eastern and Western concepts of health.

A Polarity Practitioner always deals with the whole person - mentally, emotionally and physically - and gently assists your body to heal itself naturally.

Polarity Therapy is truly a complementary science. It recognises that energy has to move from a positive to a negative pole, through a neutral field - a concept which was applied by Dr Stone to the human constitution.

Science & Theory This scientific 'law' is fundamental to the movement of energy throughout the Universe and the Earth around us: it manifests in our physical body as energetic currents, which Dr Stone referred to as the ‘Wireless Anatomy of Man'.

This amazing modality addresses many different levels: subtle energy; nervous, musculo-skeletal, cardiovascular, myofascial, respiratory and digestive systems; as well as the emotional and mental levels. It tackles many varied and different expressions of disease by unlocking the holding patterns that create the symptoms.

UKPTA Polarity Treatments from Registered Practitioners UKPTA - Recognised Polarity Therapy Training Polarity Therapy Books - Student Training Books and General Publications Polarity Therapy Information for clients and prospective students UKPTA Polarity Practitioners UKPTA Newsletters

Session /



Newsletter /



Polarity Books.

Polarity Information

Back to top

Access a Range of Polarity Therapy Videos

m Video

Access to UKPTA main website