Alexander Technique is very big on walking. I touch on that on the Mindfulness Article page.
google alexander technique + walking
This is a little different but in the ballpark.
This is a chapter exerpted from “Primordial Grace: Earth, Original Heart, and the visionary Path of Radiance” by Robert and Rachel Olds
Best as an Experienced Dzogchen practitioner
Earth Walking Find a natural area or a trail that is private, and walk very, very slowly and quietly. The point is not to concentrate on going slow, but to allow the slowness to open all your senses, to expand your perception rather than tunneling in. Use your feet to slow yourself down. Walk barefoot or in flexible thin-soled shoes with little or no heel, feeling the Earth meet your foot at each step. In the ancient way of Earth walking, you shift out of the headlong heel-first movements of our contemporary rushing world into the more respectful, balanced cadence of walking as a prayer of openness feeling the pulse of life all around you. Placing each foot gently, slowly, you touch the ground first with the outside of the ball of your foot, then roll the ball toward your instep. Then place the heel, then the toes, not placing your full weight until you really feel the ground beneath your foot for any twigs, leaves, or pebbles there. This frees your movements from reliance on your eyes; you sense the ground with your feet instead. This receptive way of walking helps you to slow down and walk very quietly, blending with the life around you. Allow all your movements to be fluid and graceful. It may seem awkward at first, but as the rhythms of this way of walking become more natural for you, you will move more and more like ripples across still water, melting effortlessly into the whole. With your sight resting lightly on the horizon ahead of you, keep your eyes in wide-angle vision, aware without focusing on whatever appears at the edge of your field of vision. As you walk in this way with wide-angle vision, the world seems more fluid, moving with you, and the naturally molten quality of all experience becomes more evident. Slow walking in wide-angle vision shifts ordinary patterns of motion and time and allows entrance into a more expansive sense of openness. It will also connect you to subtle perceptions not only of the physical world but of the spirit world as well, and as you become more in tune with the heartbeat of the Earth, the dividing line between the physical and the spiritual will dissolve. Especially when you do this practice at night, it will intensify your awareness of the good and bad energies of the different areas you are moving through, giving you an inner experience of the spirit energies that can linger on the land, a valuable knowing for living within this shared vision.