Polarity Therapy Trainings

Are you interested in helping yourself and others experience health and well-being?

Want to learn more about Polarity Therapy’s unique approach to total wellness?

Join the emerging field of holistic healthcare by learning from our Approved Trainings.

Are you ready for a meaningful career doing work you love? The professional training to become a Board Certified Polarity Practitioner (BCPP) is a transformative process where you gain valuable skills that last a lifetime. During your training you learn how to skillfully guide clients to access their innate healing ability and hold witness to their experience of renewed energy and vitality while growing personally. Practicing Polarity Therapy is one of the most rewarding and meaningful careers you can have.

APTA Approved trainings begin with the foundational level of Associate in Polarity Principles (APP), then deepen and expand your knowledge during the Registered in Polarity Principles (RPP) advanced level. Once these two levels of education have been completed, a graduate can enter the certification process.

APTA is the only organization that defines and upholds Standards of Education for Polarity Therapy practitioners. APTA Approved Training programs offer high-quality education where you learn from experts in the field. 

Join the growing field of holistic healthcare … become a Board Certified Polarity Practitioner.


Associate in Polarity Principles
Primary Level Training


Registered in Polarity Principles
Advanced Level Training


Registered Polarity Educator
Educator Training

Associate in Polarity Principles (APP) Training

The Associate in Polarity Principles (APP) training provides you with a primary understanding of Polarity Therapy. It will open your eyes to a new way of looking at the human body and health; it is also a catalyst for your personal healing process. The APP training provides foundational skills and prepares you for the advanced level of training, the Registered in Polarity Principles (RPP).

If you are a licensed practitioner in another healthcare field, the APP level of training is a comprehensive introduction to energy dynamics and a valuable adjunct to your practice. 

If you are a client of Polarity Therapy, this level of training is a great way to learn more about the practice and gain additional tools for self-care.

155 hours

Use of the APP acronym requires membership in APTA.

In the APP Training you will be introduced to the following topics:

  • Intro to Polarity Theory
  • Basic Orthodox and Energetic Anatomy
  • The General Balancing Session
  • Protocols for balancing each of the five elements and associated chakras
  • Basic Energetic Nutrition & Exercises
  • Basic Communication Techniques
  • Intro to Ethics and Law

“If we really want health, we must be willing to work for it.”

-Dr. Randolph Stone, Polarity Therapy founder

Registered in Polarity Principles (RPP) Training

The Registered in Polarity Principles (RPP) training builds on the APP level and takes you on a deeper journey into the field of Polarity Therapy. Here, you learn advanced theories and techniques in the four interrelated therapeutic methods: Energetic Touch, Energetic Nutrition, Communication and Energy Exercise. You will gain additional tools for healing yourself and supporting others in their healing process.

The RPP level of training may be used as an adjunct to other licensed healthcare professions, to improve your health, or to help family and friends. 

675 hours (includes APP)

Use of RPP acronym requires membership in APTA

In the RPP Training you will explore the following topics:

  • Advanced Polarity Theory
  • Detailed Energetic & Orthodox Anatomy
  • Advanced Energetic Touch
  • Structural Evaluation and Balance
  • Autonomic Nervous System
  • Sacred Geometries
  • Advanced Energetic Nutrition, Exercise & Communication
  • Ethics, Law, and Business


The Board Certified Polarity Practitioner (BCPP) is the final step to becoming an independent professional Polarity Therapy practitioner. In brief, this process includes a combination of additional study, clinical supervision, and passing the Board Exam.

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“Faith coupled with effort always gets results.”

-Dr. Randolph Stone, Polarity Therapy Founder


Do you have a penchant for teaching… do you love education and want to take your practice to the next level by training other practitioners? The Registered Polarity Educator (RPE) training is for BCPP APTA members who are called to become teachers in the field of Polarity Therapy. Share your wisdom, experience and skills with students and become a recognized Polarity Therapy spokesperson. RPEs carry the profession of Polarity Therapy forward, educating a new generation of practitioners and Polarity enthusiasts.  

Sign in to the Members Area to begin the Apprenticeship Process by submitting a Notice of Intent.

In RPE Training you will experience the following:

  • Apprenticeship with an experienced Approved Training Manager (ATM)
  • General Teaching Methodology
  • Student teaching in an Approved Training Program
  • Classroom assisting
  • Practical teaching experiences
  • Mentored classroom observations


“Nature’s way is gentle growth.”

-Dr. Randolph Stone, Polarity Therapy Founder

Embark on Your Journey Today

From the outset of your educational journey, our member schools provide you with the tools and resources you need to grow in the practice of Polarity Therapy. The instructors are seasoned practitioners and desire to see you succeed at every step along the way.

Whether you are new to Polarity Therapy or are preparing for board certification, we can connect you with the right teachers near you that will help you as you seek to help others. See below for details of the educational offerings at each level.

Find a School

Nancy Lehto

APTA – Director of Education

For more information on educational programs and requirements, contact Nancy Lehto,  polaritydofe@polaritytherapy.org


Nancy Lehto has 35 years of experience in education, with a Master’s in curriculum development and instruction. Her career has included teaching elementary school, corporate training where she taught adults team leader, soft skills and marketing classes and developed training materials and instructor guides in all areas of marketing and soft skills. She also provided project management, course management, instructor training, and non-management supervision. Her time spent in Human Resources evaluating non-management personnel for management potential and supporting mangers in two divisions, gave her expertise in all areas of HR including employee relations, hiring, firing and recruiting. Since 2005, Nancy has been the Director of Education for APTA. Her duties include approving new practitioner programs, working with the training managers, assisting the Standards committee and workshops for conferences as well as projects for the board.