These are some of the movements I play with frequently in my daily movement practice. They are essential primal patterns that are accessible to anyone (minus the headstand, that's just for fun).
In reality, we shouldn't have to turn any of these things into a "practice" or "workout" -- we'd do them automatically in nature. But because we've engineered movement out of our lives, we have to find a way to get them in.
Here are just a few of the movements your body was designed to do every day.
The key is the squat. If you don't have a decent squat, it will make further progress in the locomotive patterns more difficult.
I recommend accumulating at least 15 minutes in the squat every day. You can do it brushing your teeth, waiting for the bus, or even while you're eating lunch (that's what I do).
Play around with these movements and let me know if you have any questions.