Hello, Seizan! Glad to have you on board.
I had to read a bit of my reply to Mike's original post. From it and the references I gave, I'm 100% certain that it was of Uechi Kanei in a "Seisan jump" posture. I made references to other kata where pieces of that posture (e.g. the high-low arm position) can be found with a slight variation on the theme. For example the relative supination/pronation of the hands in this high/low hand posture is affected by the absence (Uechi Kanei) or presence (tonfa or sai) of weapons in the hand. The idea is to present a "receiving surface" if you will for your intercepting forearms. The leg lift may or may not be involved, depending on whether you're considering the leg either as flinching from an attack to it, or even presenting a third receiving surface.
As I read my comments to Mike, I can visualize what I was commenting on. I tend to do my upper arm like the boxer's "answer the telephone" posture that they use to intercept a hook or haymaker. What you sometimes see some Uechi practitioners do is something like a "salute" with the fingers touching the forehead. That makes no martial sense to me. But that would be something I believe a military person finds natural within the context of saluting a military peer.
I hope that helps. And feel free to punch holes in my thinking. They're just opinions after all.