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.  

Ken Lidden
ABT Yoga
22 South Main Street
Topsfield, MA 01983
My role as a private practitioner is to support people to become more comfortable in stillness and silence. Stillness and silence because it leads me back to me, a me I may not wish to be with. This place asks that I listen. And, in listening, I am taken to an unknown place. Silence leaves me alone in this place of feeling. It is not necessarily a place of comfort. And, this is the place that cancer patients and most people find themselves in as did I. ABT yoga classes are safe and slow, engaging your body in a way that nourishes you while building strength and flexibility, all finishing with a deep relaxation. 


Yoga therapy is an individualized approach to a person’s well-being using a combination of yoga, and other relaxation practices to meet the individual’s physical, emotional and spiritual needs and goals. For people dealing with the challenges of a cancer diagnosis, yoga therapy can help the individual reclaim a sense of confidence in their physical being, reduce distress, improve sleep and reduce fatigue.  

The practitioners listed here are certified specifically in Yoga Therapy.