Unhook, get both feet out of the straps and head downwind to a broad reach. This allows you to setup the move by stabilizing the board and reducing the apparent wind, making the move easier. Switch stance with a hop and completely sheet out with the sail so there is little power in the sail. Remember to broaden your hand grip on the boom by moving just your back hand farther back toward the clew. Start carving the board into the wind by applying pressure to the windward rail and lean the mast into the wind. This is continuous movement.
Slice the sail into a backwind position. Notice the forward foot remains in back of the mast to allow the board to round up quicker into the wind. This will feel like the energy of the move is being wound up. Your eyes are focused on the top of the sail, if not above the sail.
Immediately place the forward foot in front of the mast. Keep pushing out with the clew while letting the mast move to the tail of the board. This will allow the nose of the board to continue its journey to the eye of the wind while keeping your body balanced and positioned over the mast base. The clew will become the leading edge of the backwind with your clew-arm straight and rigid. You control the sail with the clew-arm.
After you have carved into the eye of the wind then let the mast become vertical by pushing with the clew hand and easing the pressure on the mast hand. You are letting the wind stand you upright here and the energy of the move feels like you are being unwound. The board will now be on the other tack.
Push the clew thru the eye of the wind and pull the mast toward your chin as the sail fills with wind power to a normal clew-first sail position. Pressure your front foot until the board is sufficiently pointing in the direction you want and you are balanced and in control.
Finish by pushing out the clew hand and flipping the rig.
Reel in the sail, adjust hands and sail away. Congratulations trick meister!