Sharp individual skills will help you enjoy your skydiving more!
It is possible to train these types of skills in both the tunnel and the sky, but because of the huge advantages the tunnel offers, tunnels are the most cost effective means to work one on one skills.
What you can learn
When you sign up for a coached tunnel session you can work on your personal flying skills. This will allow you to move around with great control and accuracy. For more advanced flyers you can learn to move with greater speed and power as well.
What a coached tunnel session is like
The coach will interview you to determine your approximate skill level and goals for the session. Together you will design the perfect set of drills for your session. Typically, you will split your time into 1.5-2 minute rotations and take a break between each flight. In between each flight you will briefly chat with the coach about improvements, walk the next skydive, and watch the delay video (where available).
Excellent body position, Fall rate control, Forward and backward, Sliding, Rotation, Moving with your legs, and Combination movements.
Looking at your clone, Stopping before gripping, Grip taking, Basic 2-way formations (pin, half-star, open, phalanx, bipole, compressed, sidebody, cat), Outfacing, Stability/Strength, and Verticals/burbles.