Swiso is a simple warming up exercise that rejuvenates and invigorates the body. Mr. Tavaria has modified the original swiso exercise from Taoist Yoga. He added a technique of rhythmic breathing to make the exercise very powerful. This exercise dissolves stiffness and stress helping the body to remain young and healthy. It improves circulation, concentration, memory, creativity and enhances our efficiency and performance. It also increases our power of intuition.
The word swiso means to swing to get rid of our negative emotions, prejudices and unwanted habits.
The upper parts of our bodies are usually overactive. This is mainly because most vital organs are present in the upper part; the lower half being below the navel and the legs. This leads to a build-up of tension that causes fatigue where our heads feel heavy and we feel drained of energy.
By doing the swiso the heaviness shifts from the upper parts of our bodies to the lower part. Tensions are released and we experience a feeling of well being and happiness.
Stand up with the legs apart. While inhaling raise both your hands above the head in a straight position and while exhaling through the mouth forcefully bring down the hands and take them backside. Do it continuously for one minute. This exercise can be done on an empty stomach twice a day. The practice of this exercise is recommended at the rate of 36 cycles per minute with the music.