In Sahih Bukhari, Our Prophet Sallallaho Alaihewasallam (peace be upon him) said "Pray as you have seen me to pray". He didn't shown any different way to pray for ladies. Why ladies are praying differently as per Hanafi fiqh?
Pray as you have seen me to pray
My understanding is that Ar-Rasool (SAWS) made this statement in the company of his male companions. It was an order to them (all men), there were no women present. It cannot be applied to women. There are differences as Sister Rebecca points out.
This question shows why it is important to study the Quran and Hadith with a teacher, and to study them in context, otherwise you can easily come to incorrect conclusions.
As a new Muslim, I learned how to pray from a YouTube video entitled Women's prayer according to Qur'an and Sunnah. Turns out, I learned how to pray from a cute Hanafi girl. The video answers your question, and even addresses the exact hadith you mention:
Some claim the hadith "pray as you have seen me praying" applies to women, however this is incorrect. The Prophet (pbuh) was "seen" praying with a turban, with his ankles exposed, leading men in prayer, etc.
Does that mean that women should do this as well? No.
Imam Baihaqi says, 'all of the laws of salah in which a woman differs from a man are based on the principle of satr (concealment). This means that the woman is instructed to do all that which is more concealing for her.' Baihaqi 2/314.
Throughout the video, it gives step-by-step instructions and relevant references. For example:
Yazid bin Abi Habib reports that the Prophet (pbuh) passd by two women who were praying salah, he said, "When you prostrate, let part of your body cling to the earth, for women are unlike men in this regard". Abu Dawood in his Al Maraseel PL8 (Muassasah al Risalah edition), and Baiha 3201.
Ibrahim (rah) said: When a woman goes in sajdah she should join the thighs to her stomach and also not raise her posterior and also "not stretch her limbs out like a male" [Mussanaf ibn Abi Shaybah (1/303)]
A detailed fatwa Why is a Woman’s sajdah different to men? by Mufti Luqman Hansrot includes these hadith along with other sources.
There is no difference between the way Men and women Pray, and what some of the Madhahib say in regards to the difference, there is no authentic/or there is no evidence supporting it. And the Hadith you mentioned in your question refers to all, both men and women.
Sources: binbaz.com (In Arabic).