Walking on Edges of Feet
Watch the close-up of the foot action prior to trying this walk. Walk by starting at the outer edge of the heel and roll though the little toe side of the foot finsihing over towards the big toe. Walking through the edges of the feet will stimulate the side of the body down into the lateral hip and foot. We tend to have restrictions along this side of the leg because it is stabilizing the body all day. Move very slowly at first. Concentrate on feeling the contact points as you move from the outer heel and along the edge of the foot. Once you feel comfortable with the foot motion, add a sway into the hip as you step. This will change the tension of the outer hip and leg allowing for more movement of the spine and hip. Barefeet is preferable. If your feet are senstive, try walking on carpet.
Watch the close-up prior to trying.