In the powder or slush our awareness of the position of the feet relative to our body is important. I get clients to focus on actively pushing the feet thru to slightly in front of the body at the end of the turn ( phase 3 to phase 1 ). This overcomes the extra resistance provided by these types of conditions, It’s good to exaggerate it initially and really feel the backs of the skis, Then tone it down by pulling the feet back, This ability to constantly adjust our fore aft balance by pushing forward and pulling back the feet is a great skill to develop and becomes crucial when we go in the bumps, sorry I diverge. So, if we can add in the sensation of early inclination by just tipping the body to the inside of the turn as you push the feet thru. This type of transition allows us to create really good lateral balance early in the turn and so accurately steer our feet to the fall line. If you’re a good powder skier you’re probably doing a certain amount of this automatically and don’t care much for a technical focus when you just want to rip it up, but its good to play with these sensations to build your skill level so you can handle the extreme stuff and get your pleasure meter off the scale.