My gliders love to groom, lick, bite my feet, so I usually wear socks, this
they will sometimes start to soft groom my arm hair then start to hard groom,
pulling really hard, then slowly breaking skin and starting a boo boo. so now I
usually gently push them away as soon as they groom to hard.
for you the best I can say is try to discourage this behavior the best you can.
removing her from you, you say "us" so have the other one of you ready to remove
her as soon as she bites. another thought, just let her on your hand and arm, if
she goes for more block her access, so she is in easy removal if she bites.
like my socks, maybe for awhile you need to wear clothes she can't bite threw.
gliders are hard to train, so this may really take time to fix, or she may just
get used to you and stop. I put mealworms in a plastic container and shake it,
the noise it makes will have the gliders out and on me in seconds. that is the best
training I have.