There's An Epidemic In The Music Industry.

Research consistently shows that 75% to 85% of musicians play in pain.

As a teacher, this matters to you.

You’ve probably had several students with tension, discomfort, pain, and yes, injury.

You may even have had pain yourself.

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Your Mentor

Master Teacher Dr. Lea Pearson

has been training students, performers, and teachers in innovative techniques for over 30 years. Dr. Pearson holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in flute performance, a Master’s Degree in flute from Stanford University, and was a Fulbright Scholar at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki.

"I'm here to transform the system of music education so all musicians can fully and freely express their artistic voice!"

- Dr. Lea Pearson

We’re at a Crossroads in Teaching!

Our conventional Western European system of teaching music has some real problems:
  • It’s an old-fashioned method of teaching, based on the master/apprentice model.
  • It fosters a culture of criticism, comparison, and competition.
  • And many of its methods create serious risks of injury to students.
We need to shift our perspective:
  • How do we promote health & well-being, and minimize anxiety, discomfort and tension?
  • How do we prevent pain and injury before it begins?
  • How do we nurture a culture of curiosity, creativity, and collaboration?

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”

Benjamin Franklin

The Vision

If we want to be able to support and nurture students for a lifetime of free and expressive music making, we need a system that teaches students, from day one, the following:
  • Their body IS their instrument, and they need to know how it works.
  • What they feel, think and believe is always valid and important.
  • They are good enough, no matter what the outside circumstances are.

“Lea is excellent in group settings – she makes it fun & easy to understand.  She creates a very welcoming, low stress environment that invites people to open up and try new things. My students and I are finding astounding results in our flute playing by applying the Body Mapping principles.”

Lucy Snell
Private Teacher & Retired Air Force Band Flutist

Music Minus Pain
is Here to Help You

We train studio music teachers to reduce tension, pain, and injury so their students can freely express their artistic voice.
Music Minus Pain
5 Day Mini-Course for Teachers
Expand your teaching skills
and eliminate pain
& anxiety in your students
The Transformational Teacher Training Program

Help your students create successful, lifelong careers and distinguish yourself as a Certified Transformational Teacher

Private Lessons

Work 1:1 with world-renowned specialist Dr. Lea Pearson. Elevate your playing or teaching with customized distinctions.