In essence, Twist therapy consists of correctly chosen twisting spiral motions that restore the natural flow of energy in the body, the lack of which results in various diseases. Twist therapy is capable of treating and curing both sudden outset pains in any part of the body—as in the case of injuries, for example—and chronic diseases, many of which can hardly be treated at all by modern medicine.
Even emotional disorders such as stress, anxiety, sadness or fear can be treated by twisting motions of the neck and chest. Twisting the spinal column clears the mind, gives a cheerful feeling and removes fatigue and strain.
Twist theory is based on the fundamental theory of Tri-Origin introduced by Professor Park Jae Woo. The Tri-Origin model describes the interaction of the four forces—Neuto, Hetero, Homo, and Neutro—that participate in all the phenomena of the real world, including the movements of the human body. Each of these forces is responsible for a certain kind of motion: Neuto for natural movements, Hetero for unbending, Homo for bending, and Neutro for spiral twisting and rotary movements. The very fact of development of a disease always implies that the harmonizing Neutro force was not sufficient to maintain health. We activate a certain part of the spinal system with the help of a twist motion, replenishing the Neutro energy that was deficient in this place. Indeed, Neutro movements are the basis for Twist therapy.
Twisting movements in the area of the hands, feet and head form the core of Twist therapy as they interact with the corresponding parts of the body. The indisputable benefit of Twist therapy is that it is easy to perform and instantly effective. The method is absolutely safe, unencumbered by any age-related restrictions, does not require much in the way of financial outlay, and does not take much time. Anyone can perform Twist therapy after brief training, and it can be performed at home, at the workplace or outdoors. The therapy is thus in great demand in the treatment of chronic diseases and in the rehabilitation of bed-ridden patients.
Inasmuch as Twist movements by themselves can be used as an independent method for the prevention and treatment of diseases, Twist therapy is an autonomous therapeutic method, possessing its own Spirit of cure. In the words of Prof. Park, it gives everyone the right to take care of his or her own health.
One should follow several easy rules when using Twist therapy:
a) all movements should be maximally comfortable and painless
b) the variation amplitude and angle of twisting of any part of the body should be increased only gradually, taking into consideration the physical possibilities of the patient.