I did a BRC class last weekend. After the exercises that start the process of pressing to initiate lean, and the next multiple curves exercise, I explain to my students that in reality most of their leaning/riding curves is accomplished with intuitive body english. Most leaning and curves are easily done. Countersteering really applies when the rider wants it, but especially when the rider needs it. That comes with a big clarification. If the rider never learns/applies active countersteering and does not have that control option, some day a road or traffic event WILL come up requiring the rider to actively apply effective control. In those instances the right control input saves the ride, the rider. Without it, another crash statistic in in the books. Motorcycling is risky. Motorcyclists can only survive with risk management. Motorcycle "safety" is really an oxymoron. Side note; in that same class, the "experienced rider" in the group dumped his bike during his third attempt at the swerve maneuver, the previous two succesfull. I indicated a left swerve early to him, he started the swerve with the left press on the grip, and then clamped on the front brake. Even at 15 mph it takes very little to overcome traction on clean dry asphalt. He was ok, ego bruised, same for a knee and elbow, lots of scratches on the bike, dented tank. Good technique, and knowing what to do, when to do it, is survival.