This gallery contains pictures of a Warre hive after applying the 'pioneering method.'  The pioneering method is very similar to a 'shook swarm' in that the bees must start again from scratch. 

This is good because it provided as break in the brood cycle therefore a break in the cycle of the Varroa mite. 

In the pioneering method the bees are driven down, using smoke, from the boxes they occupy into empty Warre hive boxes that are below.  All brood, honey and wax is harvested and taken away.