Don't lean back for the landing, that'll just make you land sloppy, bounce, and eat shit. When you take off just drive your hands forward and tuck up a bit, then extend just before landing. It sounds to me like you're landing a bit forward, so try getting a little more weight on your heels when you come down. Obviously this will change for every cliff and snow condition, but just get a feel for it and give'r. A solid tomahawk is a lot more respectable than landing backseat or backslapping.
Search for answers, on the perennial quest
Where dreams are followed, and time is a test
METALHEADS BW ~on3p.~