About Lise

Since 1991, Lise has studied with leading herbalists throughout the United States and has practiced professionally since completing an apprenticeship with Matthew Wood in 1995. Lise is one of only 200 herbalists nationwide to have been approved as a Registered Herbalist, denoting professional level membership in the American Herbalist Guild. The Guild, which assures a standard of excellence for practitioners through a peer review membership process, is the largest professional botanical medicine organization in the United States.

In 1997, Lise began training herbal students through her (nearly) year-long program, Three Seasons of Herbal Wisdom. For nearly three decades this program has encouraged students with all levels of knowledge to put their learning to use as professional and community herbalists. In 2023, Lise launched her own online school on the Teachable platform. 2024 is the inaugural year of Three Seasons being offered to an online cohort.

Lise holds a Bachelors Degree from Macalester College and in 2008 graduated with a Masters in Science in Herbalism from the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine, through the University of Wales, the highest level of academic training available in the profession.

In Fall 2010 Lise was appointed to the academic faculty of St. Catherine University. As adjunct professor, she taught the Herbology course for the Master of Arts Holistic Health Studies Program until 2016. Lise has also been co-teaching a Botanical Medicine course at the University of Minnesota through the Center of Spirituality and Healing, as part of the School of Nursing curriculum for the Doctorate of Nursing Practice since 2010.

In her practice, Lise focuses on the nutritional and healing powers of local plants which she gathers and prepares to supply her apothecary. She maintains her practice in South Minneapolis and is available for private consultations.

You can find Lise’s online offerings at herbalist-lise-wolff.teachable.com

Lise Wolff

Lise Wolff, RH (AHG), MSc