There are three basic tricks for unhooking that lead to a variety of different tricks and styles. Once you begin unhooking, we recommend getting good at these tricks. These will lead into more advanced variations.
The raley should be one of the first unhooked tricks to learn. This trick is all about timing and commitment. One of the key points is to maintain speed and commit to the raley soon after unhooking. As you get more comfortable with this trick, pay attention to kite position. Start with the kite higher for more pop, but land with the kite lower. This will create slack making it easier to do handlepasses like a backside 180 or 360.
Just like how a normal backroll is a basic maneuver, an unhooked backroll should be another basic trick. This trick will lead to cool variations like a backmobe or a KGB. Practice an unhooked backroll by stomping off the back foot to create a vertical pop. Focus on trying to get as much height while creating slack in the kite.
Sbends are the most difficult of the three tricks. Learning how to do a hooked in front roll will help with the rotation. Get comfortable committing to looking over the back shoulder and continue to look until you spot your landing.