This footwork could be applied to Mui Fa Jong (plum flower wooden posts)... but I adapted it from william cheung lineage footwork. However, I have seen it done by william cheung a bit differently, where his side neutral stance is more t-like then parallel. Also, for you that are pigeon toed, just start the stance from the pigeon toe, rather then parallel. You will notice that pigeon toe saves you a foot adjustment, compared to my lineage. This is the footwork we learned for SLT... however again, in chum kiu books I've seen the footwork less parallel and more <--- (left foot) , then a forward neutral right foot... Hope some of you find this useful!