TRILUNA is a wellness company started by two friends, Elizabeth Moore and Ashley Brooke James, that is dedicated to creating programs, events, and curriculums that transform from the inside out. By combining our three core services—movement, health coaching, and home cooking—we create comprehensive experiences that are as fun as they are transformative. We believe health should be accessible, sustainable, and tinged with just a bit of magic.

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Choosing collaboration over competition for a stronger community and a healthier way to do business.

The point of wellness is to live the life you love, with the people you love, for as long as you can with vigor and passion. So we collaborate as often and as readily as we can, believing fully that there is room enough for everyone and that a unique and comprehensive approach to wellness is better for all.


Invested in practical, accessible approaches to wellness that make life better—not more tedious.

All the kale in the world wont heal your body if you’re burying trauma, stressed out all the time, or living a life out of alignment with your purpose. We offer workshops and classes that focus on more than your physical body. There’s a place for a good kale salad, but we’re more concerned with primary foods: joy, love, home life, movement, relationships, sex…all the things in your life that don’t make up your nutritive diet. We teach the basics: of home cooking, of yoga, of movement, of health. That’s our jam. We love beginners and those for whom health has before felt inaccessible.

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We believe health is a social justice issue.

At the core of what we do is the Health At Every Size methodology (HAES). That means we operate from a place of weight inclusivity, support health enhancement for all communities, invest in respectful care, teach eating for well-being and not weight control, and encourage life enhancing movement. You wont find us encouraging you to burn more calories to earn a donut or demonizing certain kinds of food. We love kale. We love donuts. We think that’s perfectly acceptable.