Start to move down the hill.
Adjust your weight so that you are resting on either your toes or on your heels. There's no need to lean. Be a part of the board. You will fall if you lean. Instead, tilt your lower body in the direction you should go and balance yourself with your upper body.
Only do as deep a turn as you can for the slope. You'll be able to turn deeper as you develop better balance.
Practice turning first with just your front foot in on fairly flat terrain (e.g. the bunny hill) before you put in your back foot. This will help you get used to controlling the board with your front foot.
To turn with both feet in, start your turns with your front foot, then let your back foot follow. By this, I mean that you go onto either your toes or heels with your front foot first, and then as you get into your turn, you do the same with your back foot. This will twist the board to make the turn smoother.
To link to your next turn, flatten out your front foot, but leave your back foot on its edge. This will get you headed out straight again.
Once you are mostly straight, start doing your other turn.
To do deeper, sharper turns, go down lower on your toes or heels.
Keep turning all the way down the slope to control your speed.
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