I am a man and new to Judaism, interested in learning more. I have read about the 5 required prayers, and have attended an Orthodox Jewish synagogue a few times, many years ago. I remember early morning around sunrise, facing east (Jerusalem), standing in a narrow aisle in front of a bench (behind another bench), and taking 3 tiny steps back (barely noticeable, to fit in the bench area) and 3 steps forwards, then reciting a prayer which include "King of the Universe" (in English, since I did not know Hebrew). Perhaps it was the Amidah.
Like that last link, which describes in detail (in English) how to say the prayer (both with your voice or in your head, and the physical movements you make like the steps), is there a ritual book which describes in detail (in English) the prayer words and the physical motions you are supposed to make? I feel like we were reading from a half-Hebrew-half-English nicely bound prayer book which had annotations describing the physical motions you were to make as well, but I'm not sure, and I can't seem to find anything. Does anything like this exist (either for free, somewhere on Sefaria, or paid physical book)?