Polarity therapy


Lord of Penmai
Jul 5, 2011
Polarity therapy

Polarity therapy is based on the principle that the human body is a 'living magnet': just like a magnet, we have electromagnetic currents of energy - which can be positive, negative or neutral - flowing constantly around the body from one ‘pole’ to another

. A mixture of techniques and ideas from Eastern and Western healing traditions, polarity therapy was developed in the 1930s by an extraordinarily talented doctor called Randolph Stone – as well as being trained as a physician, he studied osteopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy and a wide range of religious philosophies.
When you visit a polarity therapist, they will analyse your energy patterns and physical structure, searching for blockages or imbalances in your energy flow by testing pressure points and reflexes.

They will then try to correct these imbalances using a combination of four techniques: bodywork (touch and massage), awareness skills (helping you talk through any problems), dietary recommendations, and yoga-like stretching exercises. You may be asked to keep a food diary, and in some cases a ‘liver flush’ made from olive oil, lemon juice, root ginger and garlic will be prescribed. Some therapists recommend complementary medicines which work on energy imbalances, like Bach flower remedies and Australian bush flower essences.

Polarity therapy has good results with migraine, digestive problems and stress-related conditions; back pain and sciatica generally improve. It is excellent if you feel you need to ‘get back in touch’ with your body – perhaps after a period of change, intense study or illness. To find a qualified polarity therapist, contact the Australian Polarity Therapy Association at

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