Still not quite sure I'm on the same wavelength but I'm going to guess that you're an Open Parallel skier rather than a WC skier. If you were doing WC turns then it's more likely you'd get tripped over that increasing Outside-Ski edge and fall outward.
Wherever you are right now try standing up in your typical (hopefully 'tall' ) stance. As you tip to the Left (as for a Left turn) do you shift your upper-body somewhat Right
- to stay over that Right Foot (Outside-Ski) *or* do you allow your whole body to shift Left?
To remain in Lateral Balance we need our upper-body to stay sufficiently 'over' our skis such that we don't fall over. It's only when centrifugal force ("G-Force" to the side) builds up that we need to compensate by standing against it to the other side. You may be getting too far Inside too fast.
At slower speeds people often make a big move toward the Inside of the next turn - far more than is needed - and must either twist their skis rapidly into that new turn or fall over. If they've created too much edge-angle into the snow the skis no longer twist easily across the snow surface and cannot come back under them in time to prevent falling over (they tend to go straight while you
If this makes sense, on your next venture out try tipping your upper-body the the Outside of the turn at the same time you begin tipping your skis toward the Inside of the turn. As you begin to turn more sharply, that's when you'll want to tip more to the Inside overall.
Bear in mind that you'll want your pelvis facing to the Outside of that turn also - to make tipping further easier.
Originally Posted by dlyulko
But I want to look like an effortless skier and I know thats alot of practice and attention to detail.
Concentrate on technique rather than 'Look'. If you get your technique figured out, the look will already be there.