Imagine looking up at a mogul field on any average day. More than likely you would see a small percentage of skiers struggling to get down, most skiers managing - but without much style - and finally a small group making it 'look easy' and making us wish 'that we could be as good as that!'.
Usually this small group of good skiers stand out because they actually absorb
the moguls, and if you want to join that 'make's it look easy group' then absorbing the bumps is one of the skills that you will need to learn. Absorbing the bumps
When you absorb the bumps your upper body should remain upright in balance and your legs should flex up - usually to the height of the bump. Then, as you go down the backside of the bump, you should uncoil and push out your legs, creating a fiction that controls your speed.
As there is always so much to think about in the moguls - especially when you are trying to learn a new technique - it's easier if you start off by breaking down the turns and if you do this on flat piste.