Unhook and get out of the foot straps. Head up wind by raking the sail back. Place your forward foot in front of the mast.
When the board approaches the eye of the wind (EoW) and begins to stall then lean forward on your front foot. Your feet should be in a slightly wide stance.
Backwind the sail by drawing the mast into the eye of the wind (eoW) and applying outward pressure with the clew hand.This feels like you are slicing the leading edge of the mast into the wind. Your weight will shift forward over the center of the board.
Slowly let the force of the sail move the nose of the board around to the other tack while maintaining your body balance over the board and keeping your hands and knees bent. The forward arm is slightly extended. Your heels are down on the deck.
The board will slowly swing to a broad reach (downwind) by keeping the sail in a fixed position to the wind and allowing your lower body to twist. This involves opening your hips and letting your clew hand slight collapse so that your weight shifts to the back leg.
Start pushing out with the clew hand while pulling the mast to the nose of the board. This will prepare the sail for the new tack as well as reposition your body. This where many people lose control of the move.
Continue pushing with the clew and pulling with the forward arm as the clew passes thru the eye of the wind (EoW) and powers up the opposite side of the sail. Sit back on the tail of the board, like in a chair.
The board will now rotate faster to the other tack. Pull your body toward the sail a little to get your body weight toward the center of the board.
Pull your front foot and place behind the mast and reposition your body as you recover from the move.