Those big whoop T doos are easier to handle if you push your feet and tips into them and ahead, then pull your feet back as you crest and compress. Its best shown by an animation Bob Barnes has posted many times.
Charlie McArthur worked with us on this at the Aspen ESA and it is applicable in many places...traverses, steeps and moguls in general. It works to control speed and ease the shock of the bumps. Adding a progressive side slip as needed for speed control is a good strategy as well. If you can ever get to where you actually feel this circular motion, it can really turn on a light.