Buddhists call walking meditation ‘kinhin’. It’s practised between “zazen”, a seated meditation. The idea is to be mindful of your experience whilst walking and staying aware with what is happening in each moment of the walking. Walking in tango when done mindfully can have a very similar effect.
When we start to walk more, repeating the basic movement of putting one foot in front of the other and moving. More of the details start to emerge.
Questions…How can I be smoother? How can I stretch my step and still be connected? How can we be consistent with our walk?
Actions…. I want to receive and give the walk with my upper body open to my partner. I want to feel the floor under my feet. I will feel the moment of being on one foot and searching of my free foot. I want to activate my ankles to help my walk. .