Start by sailing at right angles to the wind.
Unhook, get out of foot straps, sheet out, and head down wind.
Pull the mast toward you (into the eye of the wind) and toward the tail of the board while pushing the rig away from you with the back hand while shifting your weight more on the front foot.
While fully lifting your back foot, pivot on the front foot. Some sailors pivot on the ball of the foot. Remember to keep balanced over the center of the board.
Step in front of the mast and pull the sail behind you in a backwinded position. Keep vertical, over the mast base, and your arms extended to maintain control.
Now step with the initial pivot foot so both feet are in front of the mast and you are facing backwinded into the wind. There will be little pressure in the sail because you are heading downwind at this point.
Shift the foot toward the tail and pull the mast toward the nose of the board.
Push with the clew and shift your body to the new sailing position. Try to keep the mast near your body.
Bring the mast vertical and readjust your feet.