Ok I am a bit rusty as for not teaching for a few months but, I took your photo and modified it a bit.
see if the pic shows other wise the add ishttp://groups.msn.com/WashingtonRide...oto&PhotoID=23
ok kind of a tough pic to rate you on, it is a snap shot of your skiing, mebbe one of how you ski all the time mebbe not.
First thing, your hands are in front of your body! good thing this will hopefully continue, you can bring them up a bit but you are on the right track. I am going to list a few things that I see that could change, look at the line of the surface and the line at your shoulders, these should be parallel to each other. You have alot of weight on your inside ski, try to more evenly distribute the weight between both feet, favoring the outside leg even, (your left leg in this circumstance).
Can't see for sure but it looks as though you have good flex at the knees ankles and hips, a shot from the side would help greatly.
Your outside leg is reaching a bit, forming a "A frame" try to turn with both edges at the same time, eg: inside/outside outside/inside.
Your on the right track keep it up, skiing take time and practice, get out there and ski.[ July 05, 2002, 03:18 PM: Message edited by: Spyder ]