[ A ] Lateral angulation—creating complementary angles with your ankles, knees and hips—allows your skis to finish carving one turn even as you direct your upper body across your skis and down the fall line in anticipation of the next turn.
[ B ] As the angles in your lower body naturally begin to soften, starting with your ankles, you can easily release your edges. When your body is laterally neutral and both skis are flat, the slightest tip of your ankles is enough to engage your new edges.
[ C ] Keep your feet and ankles actively tipping your skis onto gradually higher edges.
[ D ] As you do, adjust the flex of your knees and hips to stay laterally balanced.