Head slightly up wind and wedge your feet in the footstraps. Be sure to get unhooked from your harness lines.
Begin by leaning slightly forward and pull the booms down into the board while rolling onto your heals to get the rail (edge) of the board to sink. &bbsp;You are basically trying to get the board on it's side and your weight above the center of the board.
The nose will begin to dive so pull down on the boom and get your body weight forward and toward your rig. Remember to let the back leg bend to get the tail of the board out of the water and to slice the sail into the wind by not pushing out with the back hand.
Backwind the sail and use the pressure to balance your weight over the centerline of the submerged board. Holding this position is possible because a great deal of your weight is held by the buouncy of the board and the sail pressure acts as a balancing mechanism as well as bearing some of your weight.
Now begin to release the boom pressure with your front hand and bring the mast hand vertical while you sheet out with the backhand. The rest of the moves kind of takes care of itself if you know an upwind 360.
Push the clew threw the wind and lean back over the tail of the board... just like the ending of a Flip 360 or Upwind 360.
Once the board is around your weight will unfortunately be back over the tail so lean the rig forward and bend your knees to get more weight toward the centerline of the baord.
Standup, powerup the sail, trim, and sail away.