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Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
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I'd start by putting her into complete duck. maybe 12/-12, let her try that and see if it's comfortable. If the board is heavily directional, can you get her a twin-tip temporarily? Once there's no equipment bias, she should be able to go more on her natural tendencies.
As to the heelside/toeside tendencies, it sounds like she might have a tendency to ride with her upper body rotated counterclockwise, which would cause the 'left' edge to bite more easily. That's a total WAG on my part, and I have no qualifications, so take it with whatever healthy salt-substitute you prefer.
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