With those saying it is pretty easy, if we are talking flying foot switch transitions (jibes and tacks)
- a few might learn it quite fast yes
But for the majority Alysum, it is extremely difficult to make flying transitions switching feet
Many quite good riders (on other boards and surfboards) have been foiling for years, and still not learned any flying transitions.
I have been foiling for many years, and my hydrofoil surf jibes sits pretty okay, really good actually, on one tack, but not nearly as good on the other tack - and some days things just DONT click at all...
You might be one of those very few who finds it pretty easy (you got at good stable foil, that helps immensely), but dont get discouraged if you find it almost impossible, even after a long long time, maybe more than a year.
It IS really difficult. Period.
Carving on the other hand, comes pretty fast indeed.
Just carry on riding as your muscle memory is key, you have to get confident keeping the pitch stable without thinking - it takes a long time.
It is the basic skill that gets polished over several years, and when starting this basic skill is pure rubbish, even if you can ride okay back and fourth.
If you ride strapless surfboards lightly powered, and like this too on your hydrofoil, it gets even more difficult - as having lift from the kite makes feet switch so much easier, but you will find out.
These very topics are discussed often on this forum, but it can be difficult searching here, I know, but found some of them:
About turning and carving -
Timing when carving
How to turn a hydrofoil - and what is YAW ?
And later, when you want to learn to jibe (or tack) -
How to switch on foil