Look for some chop slightly upwind. Unhook and slide the front hand forward on the boom.
While leaning forward, jump off some chop
Release the backhand, pull the feet up toward your buttocks, and drop the rear shoulder so you can swing your free hand down to the tail of the board.
Grab the tail while staying in a crunched position and leaning forward.
Keep the mast arm tensed so the mast stays near your body. Keep knees bent and let the board swing around.
Maintain your body weight over the board by leaning slightly forward over the center of the board.
Grab the opposite side of the boom with the free hand and let the nose hit the water.
Reach back and grab the boom as fast as you can when the board lands or before the board lands.
Sheet in very hard to lock in the sail and regain the board to sail connection.
Let the board slide to a stall. Switch your stance back to the normal stance, trim, and sail away.