I don't jump. I barely spin....but I'll try anything where there's at least one foot on the ice. The coach said, "Don't worry, I teach all levels."
She has us working on our axel snap and turn (at the boards--THANK GOD) and then we transition to doing the snap and turn with the freeleg in the 'h' position, on a three turn. It takes a few tries, but I can do it. It's not pretty, but all my leg bits are in the general area of correctness.
Then the coach takes out a squeaker--you know, the kind they put inside dog toys--and sticks it to the inner front of her thigh. If you do your legs cross correctly in the jump (she demonstrates), the back of the crosing thigh will press on the squeaker and you'll know you're in the right position.
Then the coach says, "But, to get that crossed leg position, you need to point your toes together or the cross won't be correct." She demonstrates a two foot spin with pigeon toes. The other skaters laugh and a couple demonstrate their foot position problems for the spin.
The coach turns to me and asks, "Can you spin?"
I don't even think about it, I rip off a perfect two foot three rotation spin, with the toes correctly pigeoned in.
The other skaters, who have put up with my spin learning process in the previous session, burst into spontaneous applause.
WTF the coach was thinking about this, no idea.
And if I've got any of the technical bits wrong...sorry, I'm in over my head!