When I first did the Hellerwork Structural Integration 11 session series in 1984 I discovered my gait, the way that I walked, was very rigid and inflexible. I used to thump along and you could hear me coming. I always wondered why the outside bottom corner of my shoes wore out so quickly. When my practitioner told me she was going to teach me a "new" way of walking I thought it would be easy to learn. It wasn't! I now walk using my core muscles known as the psoas. My body movement while walking now feels fluid and free. Everyone has the capacity to learn core movement although it will take some time and practice.
If Faith, the 2 legged dog in this video, can learn to walk like a human, then you can learn to walk with core movement. Watch this and be amazed, moved and inspired.