Lily Moe Verywell Health

Lily Moe

Fitness and Health Writer

Education

Grand Canyon University

Highlights

Experience

Lily Moe is a writer specializing in health, wellness, and fitness. She writes about fitness and health products for Verywell Health, Verywell Mind, and Verywell Fit.

She is a Brooklyn-based wellness enthusiast who never says no to trying a new fitness class. As a previous fitness coach and current health editor, she loves New York's health scene and can often be found in a hot yoga studio, attending a meditation seminar, or going for a long run in Central Park. Lily is originally from Oregon and moved to Brooklyn in 2017—one day when she makes it big, she'll spend her winters on the West Coast and her summers in New York's best borough.

Education

Lily earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Grand Canyon University.

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