Saera raised an eyebrow at the offered hand, but said nothing as she took it. Her captain might be...well if she was going to be honest she'd call him weirdly soft spoken, but so far he'd shown nothing but a legitimate interest in her development, maybe more than she'd expect from a normal Captain, but this was the combat squad, and she doubted that he was focusing on her specifically in anyway. She did tense up a bit when he put his arms around her shoulders, but she didn't pull away, and then before she could register what was happening she was over the other line.
Saera stumbled briefly as they reached the other line, but she felt the Captain steady her, and she didn't fall, though she did step away as she looked down at the lines in the dirt. While the action of the flash step seemed to pass by faster than she could process, she at least knew that just meant it was faster than she could conciously process, so she was silent for a moment as she pulled on the split second memory of the flash step, breaking down the information as she recalled it, turning it over just as if she was reviewing a particularly intense fight, looking for flaws in her form, or in this case improvements she could make based on Jaeden's form.
After a silent moment Saera stepped forward, an idea firmly in her mind as she lined up with the first line. This time as she stepped she didn't wait for the moment where she could get maximum thrust, but this time started pushing lightly at the beginning, increasing the force as she made the step, and using just a little bit of spiritual force from her leading foot to try and lessen the impact of her arrival. A blink later when she appeared on the other line, she still stumbled, but her balance was noticeably better, not nearly as good as it was when The Captain pulled her along, and even then she stumbled, but much better than before, she didn't even have to make any extra steps to avoid falling over.
Flash stepping with an actual process was significantly more complicated than the method she was used to, but it definitely seemed to be the right direction to push herself in.
Without another word she turned around and flash stepped, then turned and flash stepped again, and again, and again...