Have you tried walking with KLT, tummy tucked, though not as tightly as in the T-Tapp w/outs, and walking on the outside edges of your feet? You can do this outside, on a treadmill or indoors with any indoor walking program. SATI (Stepping Away the Inches) is a video in which Teresa teaches this applied to walking. Make you sure you have shoes with great arch supports. You might want to go to a fitness store where your stride is analyzed for the right shoe for you. I have one foot that pronates, as well. In fact, my chiropractor usually does an adjustment in the pronating foot. Almost always there is a bone on the top part of my foot that is out of alignment. I usually feel it in the front of my ankle.
DYT type 3/4
Homeschooling Veteran of Three, (K-12 x 3)
ISSA Certified Fitness Trainer
Certified PraiseMoves Instructor, CPI Gold, and
MIRA!Dance Instructor (Christian alternative to
yoga and Zumba(R))