Meet Our Team

Our Wellness Leaders

Brooke Zabloudil

Brooke has been teaching yoga and meditation with TWW since 2019. She leads wellness sessions in the Fire Department, teaches yoga and meditation for Delaware County and at Dandelion Farms. Brooke lives in Galena with her three teenage boys. She loves all things health and wellness, being outdoors and cooking.

Nicole Reynolds

Nicole has been teaching with TWW since 2019. Throughout the week she teaches in the fire Fire Department, for Delaware County and at Dandelion Farms. Nicole lives in Delaware city with her family. Her interests outside of yoga and fitness include reading, gardening, and baking.

Abbe Straw

Abbe has been teaching yoga and meditation for TWW since 2020. She leads wellness sessions in the Fire Departments, teaches yoga and meditation at OSU Marion and yoga at Dandelion Farms. Abbe is a Licensed Independent Social Worker and provides mental health therapy in a private practice setting. Shelives in Delaware and enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, connecting with nature and gardening.

Heather Moody

Heather has been with The Wonder Within since 2019. She currently leads wellness sessions in the Fire Department and teaches yoga at OSU Marion. Heather lives in Delaware with her husband, 2 teens and 2 yorkies. When she’s not leading classes, Heather enjoys reading, gardening & small home improvement projects.

Jeny Cochran

Jeny has been with the Wonder Within since it opened. She teaches vinyasa flow, restorative yoga, and meditation. When she is not working she enjoys gardening with her husband and family time. You can find Jeny at Dandelion Farms in the summer and fall months.

Cari Morgan

Cari has been teaching yoga for 7 years and at TWW since 2020. She is a 6th grade teacher for Olentangy Schools and has enjoyed helping out at Fire Departments this summer. Cari and her husband have three grown girls who she loves to hang out with. She also is a foster parent to rescue dogs.

Bonnie Pugh

Bonnie has been with The Wonder Within since 2020. She focuses her teaching on connecting the breath to movement. She teaches flow yoga at Dandelion Farms, restorative yoga & meditation at OSU Marion & helps with wellness sessions at the Fire Departments. Bonnie is a pediatrician and enjoys spending time with her husband, two sons, dog, family & friends. She loves to gather people, listen and learn from podcasts & books, cook and travel.

Alissa Jackson

Alissa is a newer face to TWW but has offered mindful experiences in the central Columbus area for the past 10 years. Alissa’s teaching approach is one that supports looking within oneself with the goal of increasing overall wellbeing on and off the mat. With her soft presence, Alissa leads a nurturing practice that explores specific themes while inviting each student to realize his or her own strengths within a safe supported environment. Alissa teaches for the Public Health Department, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and a local mental health and wellness agency. Alissa lives in Galena with her husband, 2 teenage boys, and dog Evie. She enjoys being present for them, new adventures, and laughing with friends!

About the Founder, Amber Miskovich

As the founder and creator of The Wonder Within, my vision and service lies deeply in a community of service. A core value I learned in the Airforce was service before self and that is rooted in my vision.  Bringing healing to those least healable. Veterans and first responders are close to my heart as I served in the Air National Guard for 15 years as a medic. I left my full time firefighting career for my family and have found my passion from showing the outlets through sharing wellness.

iRest Yoga Nidra Workshop/Class

Explore, discover and find ways of calming the body and mind with the practice and experience of iRest meditation. iRest is an evidence-based, mind- body transformative practice that leads to psychological and physical healing and well-being.  Its practice is integrative as it offers healing to the various unresolved issues and traumas that are present and stored in your body and mind, and restorative as it enables you to recognize your innate peace of mind that is always present amidst all changing circumstances of life.  We will explore the steps of iRest, restorative yoga poses that offer comfort physically to the body to help better find rest, relaxation and ease, as well as calming to the mind.


Leading Mindfully

Are you being present? The job, life, and the world can be stressful and hard to manage. There is so much that can happen within our nervous system in the midst of trauma and stress. We develop coping mechanisms to help us deal.  Are your coping mechanisms harming you or serving you?  We will take inventory of the stressors in your life, your coping mechanisms, what triggers you may have and discover what is serving you and what isn’t.  We will explore ways to recognize when you are being triggered and look at other coping skills that could better serve you.  Life is meant to be experienced, not just lived. You’re in a career of service to the community, we must also know how to serve ourselves and those at home. 

INSTRUCTOR: Amber Miskovich


Thriving Through Thunder

Storms are inevitable. Together we will find ways to stand strong through the thunder. We will evaluate habits, look at where you’re thriving and where you’re drowning, while creating non-negotiables for your own life. We will learn to stand strong, breathe easy and stay grounded while fueling your own inner fire.
INSTRUCTOR: Amber Miskovich

Move Your Body

We must move something to move something and nothing will change if nothing changes. In our busy society we are being challenged to stay strong and healthy. This session offers ways to practically and intentionally move and strengthen our body. These functional exercises can be done anywhere with zero equipment. We will work every muscle group, from head to toes and multiple variations and modifications will be demonstrated for varying levels of fitness and ability. This session will also inspire participants to breathe deeper and more efficiently which ensures muscles are more properly engaged. The more we move our body and our breath in any environment, the better we feel.
INSTRUCTOR: Amber Miskovich