I think I know exactly what she means: she wants to dance with the mountain, not shred it, rip it, or otherwise dominate it. She doesn't want to ski bumps, steeps, or feel exposed to danger. She wants to be Ginger Rogers and the skis Fred Astaire. She wants to learn how to finesse the skis and feel like her turns are smooth and flowing. She wants to ski pretty.
A lot of women are in this group, and so are many older men who need to ski with less impact on the joints.
My question is, can skiing pretty be a kind of good skiing, or is it just good intermediate skiing, since it's done mostly on groomed runs?