Unhook, get out of the foot straps and rake the sail back so the nose of the boards goes windward.
Step the windward foot in front of the mast as the nose of the board approaches the eye of the wind. Be sure to step across the centerline and on the leeward side of the board. You may have to step more toward the nose than this picture indicates.
When the nose is pointing in the other direction then weight your front foot.
Now step the rear foot onto the front of the board causing the nose to sink and the tail to lift out of the water and begin to slide backward.
While using the nose as a pivot, guide the tail around and windward. Step the rear foot behind the mast, which will bring the tail down, as the clew swings toward the eye of the wind. In other words, just walk the board around with your feet.
Weight the new rear foot so the tail submerges into the water and the board becomes balanced. Keep your arms extended so you can stand upright and in the clew-first sailing position.
Force the board to a beam reach by pushing with your front foot. Step both feet behind the mast and stabilize the board and sail.
Rotate the sail, Adjust the feet, trim, and sail away.