She looks really healthy! If she were mine, I would start by:
-Removing bar branches, setting up the ol left , right, back, left right pattern. I personally enjoy a more natural looking tree so I woulndt keep to hard to that pattern. I need some of my trunk covered with foliage here and there. I like the foliage on the front of the trunk mid way, but the top seems a bit crowded.
- I would reduce the foliage at the top by two nodes. In reference to the background house planking, the top jin poking through plank number 1, I would remove foliage down to around plank 3 (lol, does that make sense?).
-As for overall tree movement, the trunk and apex average over the center of the nebari. I think now is a good time to decide if you want to keep it that way to to move the apex to the left or right of the base for more movement feel
-Traditionally a tree like this would be better in a square or oval pot, but the round aint so bad to my eye.
Looks like a lovely tree, have fun!
-Wire secondary branches horizontally if you can