Ultimately, we walk less because it is no longer comfortable or easy.
"Hello, I’m Dr. Suki Munsell and I’m so happy that you’ve decided to learn the simple steps and tips that I’ve developed to make your walk healthier, safer, and more relaxing.
As a somatic movement educator and walking coach for three decades, I have helped thousands of other people, just like you, transform poor walking habits into healthy ones.
The secrets of their health transformations are in this training that’s available to help you, too.
This step-by-step guide is easy-to-learn. Plus, the fun and engaging exercises are highly effective in improving your daily walk. Not only is my program comprehensive, it’s very affordable.
Effective, easy to learn exercises with detailed, full-color photos
Powerful training tips to build dynamic posture, balance, and stride
6 Audio Coached Walks leading you through the exercise lessons
A Dynamic Stretching video of 12 trailside exercises to keep the kinks out
12 skill sets to build a resilient, all-terrain body
Optional weekly small-group Zoom Coaching to keep you motivated with Q and A
Prices you’ll love with deep discounts for signing up with a buddy
Part 1: Walk Strong with Effortless EaseUnlock the secrets in your stride.
Discover your walking habits.
Learn 3 keys to growing lighter, taller, younger, and stronger as you walk.
Learn the trick to preventing falls on any terrain.
Part 2: Rebalance, Rebuild, and Relax with Dynamic Stretching
Learn 12 quick & easy trailside exercises to keep the kinks out.
Release and realign your spine and shoulders.
Grow flexible in your hips and strong in your legs.
Part 3 - Build a Dynamic Stride
Unlock the story in your posture and rewrite your script.
Build dynamic balance for any terrain to take your posture into action.
Help heal injuries and prevent future ones.
Part 4: Learn the Biomechanics of Effortless WalkingAlternate effort with ease as you walk.
Relax your neck, shoulders, and hips as you swing your arms and legs.
Send core power through your arms and legs with every step.
Part 5 - Walk Strong, Walk FreeFree yourself from tension to build a graceful glide at any speed.
Pick up speed safely to build endurance and balance weight.
Climb stairs with ease and hike pain-free.
What is the process for buddy registrations? What if I want to register more than one buddy? Does my buddy have to be nearby?
1) Register yourself at the buddy price.
2) Your buddy will also register at the buddy price.
3) Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your Buddy's name and email address so we can confirm their registration.
You can have multiple buddies. Some students have organized their group of friends to support each other through the program and through the years. Contact the office at email@example.com and we will provide a unique code for your group.
Your buddy can support you from anywhere in the world. Some Dynamic Walkers walk with their buddy using the phone. (hands-free)
What is the weekly time commitment for this program?
Weekly time commitment can be three to five hours per week. Plan on studying each lesson for 30 minutes. Your Practice Walks are 15-40 minutes each. You can walk a minimum of twice a week or up to a maximum of 5 times a week. The Small-Group Zoom Coaching Program meets for one hour weekly.
If I’m not having walking issues, why take this program?
Think of this as a routine check-up for your walk. An alignment job to ensure you’ll be getting the best mileage over your lifetime. Enrichment and mental stimulation are two more good reasons. This is a master’s level course with material that can challenge you to think and to transform your habits. Another great reason to take this program is to support your buddy - sister, mother, husband, or friend. Share your joy of walking.
How long will I have access to this program?
The program is available online for a year after purchase. The recordings for the zoom coaching sessions are available for a year.
Can I practice while I’m walking my dog?
During your Practice Walks, you need to focus just on yourself and shifting the patterns you’ve identified. No dog. When you walk your dog, practice the changes you’ve been learning.
Should I walk if I am in pain or in rehab?
If you are in severe pain - no. Email me and we'll figure out the next step. (firstname.lastname@example.org) If you are in low to moderate pain, notice which exercises increase or decrease pain - both are clues to making the shift toward a more relaxed, pain-free walk. Build slowly paying attention to how any one change will make shifts everywhere. If you are in rehab, show Dynamic Walking to your therapist and ask for guidance. Share The 7 Common Walking Problems with Smart Solutions for their feedback. Click here to download that guide.
Can I add the Coached Program or Private Sessions at a later time?
Yes. You can begin with Self-Paced. However, you may find that this in-depth training generates a lot of questions you’d like answers to. Our Coached program is limited to 24 spaces so participants get their questions answered.
What age group is this program for?
This program is designed for adults 20 - 75 years of age. You are welcome to share ideas with your kids. Make it fun for best results.
Do you have teacher training programs for professionals?
We have in the past and plan to do so in the future. The first step is to take the program and transform your own body. You will teach from this embodied experience.