For the sake of clarity I mean - moving your right shoulder forward when you move your left leg forward - moving your left shoulder forward when you move your right leg forward - moving your right shoulder back when you move your left leg back - moving your left shoulder forward when you move your right leg forward Over the last week I have two different philosophies on this topic. The first suggests you use minimal contrabody movement when walking just enough to direct the follower to walk and increase the contra body movement when you would like the follower to side step independantly around you. The second is that there should be more pronounced contra body movement when walking and there should greater use of dissociation to lead the follower into an independant side step around you. I see advantages and disadvantages in both philosophies. My personal preference is the first suggestion but I was wondering what other people thought.