Body Mapping for Flutists What Every Flute Player Needs to Know About the Body by Lea Pearson

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  • Instruction & Study - General,
  • Musical Instruments - Woodwinds,
  • Music

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FormatSpiral-bound
Number of Pages109
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Open LibraryOL12274982M
ISBN 101579995004
ISBN 109781579995003

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The illustrations throughout also help you formulate your own body map. With Body Mapping for Flutists, you will learn: Proper. Body Mapping for Flutists Pearson, Lea This book discusses Body Mapping for flutists.

Specifically, balance in standing and sitting; how to use arms to prevent injury; free and supported breathing; anatomical information on how the body works; training the kinesthetic sense; the importance of movement for musicians; and practical exercises for students and teachers.

This book discusses Body Mapping for flutists. Specifically– balance in standing and sitting; how to use arms to prevent injury; free and supported breathing; anatomical information on how the body works; training the kinesthetic sense; the importance of movement for musicians; and practical exercises for students and teachers.

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Incredibly valuable information for teachers and students. Body Mapping for Flutists contains information about the body that can help you prevent pain and injury and enhance performance.

Ensuring that your map of your body is accurate and adequate is one of the most efficient and effective tools you have to improve and enhance your ability to play, perform, and teach an instrument.

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Body Mapping for Flutists by Lea Pearson. Additional Materials as assigned. Notebook and practice journal Middle School Students. The Flute Scale Book: A Path to Artistry by Patricia George and Phyllis Avidan Louke.

The Floot Fire Book by Kimberly Clark, et al. -or- Practice Books for the Flute, Omnibus edition by Trevor Wye. Additional.

Since I was re-reading "Body Mapping for Flutists" last couple of nights (see below for more on this fab book). As they've discovered with Alexander Technique, tense and noisy breathers usually have a posture where they polk their chin forwards, retract the back of the neck like a turtle going into his shell, and have pushed their chin quite far forward.

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Body and Breathing Books. Conable, Barbara & Conable, William. Pearson, Lea. Body Mapping for Flutists: What Every Flute Teacher Needs to Know About the Body. Wilson, Thomas. Body Mapping for Flutists by Lea Pearson. Additional Materials as assigned. Notebook and practice journal Middle School Students.

The Flute Scale Book: A Path to Artistry by Patricia George and Phyllis Avidan Louke. The Floot Fire Book by Kimberly Clark, et al.

-or- Practice Books for the Flute, Omnibus edition by Trevor Wye. K: So Body Mapping gave you a precise lens to look through flute and alignment things. V: Absolutely-so I bought the book (Body Mapping for Flutists: What Every Flute Teacher Needs to Know About the Body) that day, and I started studying it, and it just made so much sense.

I did more work with Lea when she happened to be in town, and I just. Visit Dr. Lea Pearson at to learn about coaching sessions, retreats, and her book, Body Mapping for Flutists. Category People & Blogs; Show more Show less.

The Flute Book by Nancy Toff. Books on Body Mapping, The Alexander Technique + The Feldenkrais Method. Body Mapping for Flutists: What Every Flute Teacher Needs to Know About the Body by Lea Pearson. What Every Musician Needs to Know About the Body by Barbara Conable.

The Structures and Movement of Breathing by Barbara Conable. Lea Pearson is compassionate, understanding, attentive, insightful and clear in her teaching of the principles of Body Mapping.

She has opened up a new world. Body Mapping. Body Mapping is the conscious correcting and refining of one's body map to produce efficient, graceful, and coordinated movement.

The body map is one's self-representation in one's own brain, one's assumptions or conception of what one's body is like, in whole or g: Flutists. Body Mapping for Flutists by Lea Pearson $ For all flutists eventually. Product price: Additional options total: Order total: Add to cart.

Add to Wishlist. Add to Wishlist. Facebook Twitter Email. Description; Additional information; Description. This book covers four key areas of study: Sonority, Fingers, Articulation, and Intervals.

Body Mapping for Flutists, by Lea Pearson and any good book on Alexander Technique would both have a great deal to offer in terms of long-term flute posture awareness. I particularly recommend a book called: "Indirect Procedures" for musicians with muscle strain. Discomfort among flutists is common.

It makes practicing uncomfortable and creates limitations in our playing. Sore backs, sore necks, hand problems and. That thinking is your body map. It is the body map or self-image you have that is telling your body how to move.

The body map is powerful and almost always wins over the anatomical reality. Inaccurate body maps - misconceptions about anatomy and movement, are common to all musicians.

Flutists have their own set of inaccurate body maps common to. integrity of the Body Map that governs it.-The Body Map consists of: Structure, function, size-If the body map is good, the movement will be fluid, free-Kinesthesia sense = sense of movement-So often when we bring our flutes up to play, we concentrate on a small area of our body and the flute (e.g., arms, hands).

We need to be aware of the. Over time I ordered and read many books, the most helpful being "Body Mapping for Flutists" by Lea Pearson, and "The Physical Flute" by Fiona Wilkinson.

I gradually learned how to warmup (30 min.) before practicing, so that my entire posture, arm and hand position was released, easy and flexible, rather than tense, contorted and gripping.

Additionally, the book “Body Mapping for Flutists” by Lea Pearson is highly recommended, but not required. Many people come to Body Mapping because they wish to eliminate physical limitations such as tension and pain from their bodies and when applied with attention and intention, it does just that.

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Thank you. Body Mapping is a somatic (mind-body) education technique designed to teach musicians skills of self-evaluation and change for performing with sensory-motor integrity. It is one of the most recent disciplines to enter the somatic field and the only one currently with a primary focus on the movement needs of by: 1.

• “Enhancing Musical Performance through Somatic Pedagogy: An Introduction to ody Mapping for horal onductors” in Teaching Music through Performance in Choir, Vol. Heather J. Buchanan. (Heather J. Buchanan & Matthew Mehaffey, Eds.).

GIA Publications, Inc. [Book chapter] • Body Mapping for Flutists. Lea Pearson. move them in a healthy way.

This paper presents Body Mapping as an injury prevention technique specifically directed toward collaborative pianists. A body map is the self-representation in one’s brain that includes information on the structure, function, and size of one’s body; Body Mapping is the process of refining one’s body map to produce.

Greetings, This week I have been rereading Lea Pearson's excellent book Body Mapping for Flutists. On p. 87, Lea suggests learning to release the gluteal muscles for better breathing by thinking of Baloo from Disney's The Jungle Book animated movie.

I hope you enjoy this infectiously happy clip from The Jungle you watch, be aware of the back side of your body and, as. What Every Musician Needs to Know About the Body-The Application of Body Mapping to Music by Barbara Conable If you think you might be interested in Body Mapping lessons or just want to find out more about it, take a look at Dr.

Lea Pearson’s website, Music Minus Pain, for more information. Over the course of the year, she sought out the advice from a doctor and bought the Body Mapping book specifically for her instrument. She went on to explain that between taking a break from playing (doctor’s orders) and working with the Body Mapping book, she was able to get on the other side of her injury.

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