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Project Wheel House Aims to Change Trajectory of At-Risk Women with Yoga & Mindfulness

Updated: May 26, 2020

Shelters and prisons are two places you might least expect to encounter women perfecting a “tree pose” or “lotus position” — two common yoga movements.

But Mattapoisett resident Jessica Webb says those are two underserved, at-risk populations that could benefit the most from practicing yoga and meditation.

The owner of Anchor Yoga in Mattapoisett, Webb is launching a nonprofit called Project Wheel House, which will bring yoga, mindfulness, and meditation to vulnerable and at-risk groups — especially women — who otherwise wouldn’t have access to such programs.

Click here to continue reading this article by Tanner Harding in the Sippican.

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