Step 1. The most important part of learning how to freestyle stunt jib is the equipment. Most freestylers prefer a centermounted ski. This enables the skier to have a good excuse to why he sucks at skiing powder with out being labled a "park rat". Second to the skis is the bandana. It must be worn around the neck and over they face at all times. Even when it is warm out and uncomfortable to do so. This helps create an elusion of mystery and thus makes people afraid to talk to you, wich is an important part of extreme terrain riding we will discuss later.
Step 2. Start with a basic move such as a "ego cover". Say you go into the begginner extreme terrain park and attempt to grind a small skate style rail and fall flat on your face. Don't worry! Upon recovering any ski equipment you may have lost during the fall, stand up and loundly exclaim any of the following: "Wow that thing is sticky!" or "They groomed it wrong!". This gives anyone who was watching you the impression that you are actually much better then your small crash may have indicated and therefor keeps them afraid of teasing or making fun of you.
Step 3. Try some of the snow ramps in the snowboard park. Many ski areas are now allowing skiers into the extreme snowboard park runs so you too can go in and show off your moves. There are many different sized snow ramps for different levels of radness. The most important thing to remember is that overshooting a jump looks way more hardcore then knuckleing. Thus keeping up your status and enableing you to have people be afraid of you in the lift line. *NOTE* You will notice your techniques are coming along nicely if when you stand ontop of the drop in area of the park the younger,less skilled free skiers will hang back and wait for you to drop before entering themselves.
Step 4. Go ski on the half pipe in your extreme terrain center at your local mountain. THe half pipe is half of a pipe(hence the name) with snow on each side. Skiers can ski down the middle or up the sides for extra excitment. The more experienced extreme riders may go up out of the pipe landing safely back on the wall to avoid serious injury. *NOTE* You are properly executing your pipe jibbing technique if, while you are "hitting" the pipe people Boo and throw snowballs at you.
Step 5. Try out some of your freestyle skills on rails. Rails are made with snow ramps infront of them so the skier can ride on it too. The tricky part about rails is you must only spin off the oppisite way you spin on. It is not considered "cool" or "hip" or "hyphy" if you spin on and off the same way. You must spin onto the rail one way, drag a ski edge and spin off the other way. Then ski down from the rail and hit a jump ramp on the way down. Perform a trick in the air and when you land "fakie" stand up as quickly and as straight as you can and allow your arms to fall limply to your sides. Look straight up the hill back at the jump as if you were aggressivly questioning it's physical toughness.