Choreography session was on ice but not video taped. I will try and capture next weeks meeting.
Today was more of a meet and greet. She has never met me before nor seen me skate. She is a non-skater but has worked with skaters (much higher levels than me) for many years. She knows her stuff.
Today we listened to my music and she had me improvise to see what may skating flow was, do a few jumps and spins and we tinkered with some footwork. She had great tips for me on getting my spread eagle from outside to inside and back to outside which is the hard part.
She also showed me how to start learning a back spiral variation she called a "clam shell spiral" .. to me it looks like it's a "Y spiral" ... back outside edge, bringing the free leg knee to your chest then grabbing the heel of your boot and then extending the knee. At first I couldn't even catch my boot heel. By the time we finished I was catching it and trying to extend... but I need a lot more stretching to attain a Y position. My personal opinion is that you have to execute these really well for them to look good, anything less and they look horrible on the ice.
Right now I have a "can do" attitude .. or at least I am willing to try.
Here is a clip from practice before the choreographer: