I saw a very good coach work with a very experienced student trying not to be too stiff . I understand how skiers end up too stiff with lots of training. After years of instructor feedback to avoid one movement or another that's counterproductive or extraneous, the skier ends up so focused on not making unnecessary movement that their whole body ends up robotic and stiff. It's difficult for many to stop erroneous movement while maintaining fluidity. "Too stiff" is somewhat subjective, perhaps only important for high performance skiing. There's also a stereotype of some instructors being robotic, so it seems it's an easy trap to fall into with lots of training. Is this something instructors typically consider? How do you work towards the right movements without ending up too stiff?