Lisa Dorval
46 Low Street
Newbury, MA 01951
I feel particularly honored to share my practice with people affected by cancer.  My commitment to this work has been cultivated from caring for my mother and friends whose lives have been touched by cancer, as well as my desire to share mindfulness for the purpose of alleviating suffering and enhancing comfort.

Carol Gamble, MS, RYT-500, C-IAYT
Graceful Path Yoga
Newburyport, MA 01950
Having worked as a clinical director in hospital organizations for over 30 years, I have witnessed the pain and suffering of patients diagnosed with cancer, and the stress endured by them and their families as they try to cope with devastating symptoms and side effects of their disease and treatments. I became certified as a yoga therapist so that I am able help them by safely and meaningfully adapting the practices of yoga, meditation and relaxation to the individual needs of cancer patients on their survivorship journey.  

David Helfand, PsyD
LifeWise, LLC
11 Sylvan Street
Danvers, MA 01923
Too many people suffer from care that is either causing harm or missing critical wellness steps.  I have seen close friends and relatives suffer needlessly through treatments that, in the end, did not work.  If you are wanting a path that
strengthens your own body's ability to heal, then I want to

help you.  Your body is amazing and your life and family
deserve the best possible care. 

Sally Palmer
Revive Mindfulness
182 High Street
Topsfield, MA 01963
I have personally experienced cancer affecting the lives of family members and friends.  I wish to support the community with compassionate caregiving with mindful awareness. 



Relaxation techniques elicit the relaxation response which medical studies have shown helps reduce distress, manage stress and promote healing.  Benefits of relaxation techniques include relief for depression, anxiety, reduction of pain and improved sleep.