We moved onto the rock garden as they were a common "fear" and then onto the trail itself. I broke the trail down into bite sized chunks and worked on line choice and braking technique.
Flat, bermed, off camber, and switchback turns were linked to pumping, absorbing, rock gardens, steps, fly out jumps and drops. We had a midway break to allow the new learning to settle and resumed after a snack to riding the whole trail end to end.
Our session was very tiring and I could see they didn't have much time left in them but I wanted to work on their body position on riding steeps. They all rode a 40ft steep drop off with total control and without the feeling of no front wheel control or wobbles.