Jessica Webb, founder

Jessica Webb, founder of Project Wheel House and owner of Anchor Yoga & Meditation Center, is a qualified MBSR teacher, Yoga Nidra guide, Laughter Yoga leader, and is certified to instruct yoga at the Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 level. She has been teaching mindfulness programs and yoga full time for the past seven years and pours her energy into retreats, workshops, group classes on mindfulness, meditation, stress reduction, and yoga for those wishing to lead a richer and fuller life.

In her latest pursuit, she founded Project Wheel House, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation dedicated to increasing self-reliance and fostering emotional resiliency in at-risk and vulnerable communities. Project Wheel House offers free yoga, meditation, and mindfulness programs along the Southcoast of Massachusetts to these communities in an effort to reduce suffering and the harmful effects of trauma. Jessica teaches the Path of Freedom© prison mindfulness program at a local corrections facility, mindfulness at a women’s addiction treatment center, and serves as President, Board Chair, guiding teacher, and Executive Director.

Jessica is a member of the 100 Million Healthier Lives campaign, the New Bedford Wellness Initiative, The Southcoast Worksite Health and Wellness Collaborative, and she founded the Southeastern Massachusetts Yoga Collective.

She has taught numerous mind-body programs for Acushnet Co., Southcoast Hospitals Group, Tabor Academy, The Town of Fairhaven, Marion Institute and many more. 

Project Wheel House Team:

Kathleen Beales, Vice President

Dana Desnoyers, Clerk

Danielle Dion, Treasurer

Jody Spark, Board Member

Nancy Webb, Marketing Director

Memphis Leichter, Administrative Assistant

Sandra Sadhana, yoga instructor