Lori Wroten, M.S.

Holistic Wellness Practitioner

Clinical Herbalist




"Empowering people.  That is my passion.  Every time I guide a client through the process of uncovering and correcting the imbalances that exist within their body - and within their life - that individual becomes empowered.... to finally take control of their own health.  That person is fully equipped to embark on a journey toward wellness where they are in the driver's seat, armed with the proper knowledge, tools, and self-care practices to achieve a higher quality of life and a true sense of well-being. And I love that."


Lori Wroten is an integrative, holistic wellness practitioner with formal training in functional medicine principles, clinical assessment, and Western therapeutic herbalism.  Her area of specialty is autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Grave's disease, fibromyalgia, Sjogren's, lupus, diabetes, Celiac's disease, etc.   She also has a very strong focus in the areas of anxiety, insomnia, food sensitivities, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), allergies, sinus issues, acid reflux, GERD, skin issues, chronic fatigue, and chronic stress. That said, Lori works with individuals suffering from a wide spectrum of health issues ranging from very specific acute illnesses, to more complex, chronic health conditions.

Lori's formal training includes a Master's degree in Therapeutic Herbalism from Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH), a Post-Masters Certification in Clinical Herbalism from MUIH, a Certificate in Herbal Studies from MUIH, a First Course in Medical Herbalism Certificate from North American Institute of Medical Herbalism (NAIMH), and a Bachelor's degree in Microbiology from Penn State University. Her coursework has spanned a variety of subjects including health & wellness foundations, clinical assessment, clinical skills, herbal Materia Medica, herbal formulation, applied therapeutics, case study analysis, clinical roundtable, physiology, pathophysiology, botanical medicine-making, botany, phytochemistry, human anatomy, nutrition, biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, physical chemistry, bacteriology, virology, genetics, microbiology, molecular biology, and medical microbiology. Lori is continually expanding her knowledge and skills through various online courses, professional conferences, clinical roundtable events, and personal research. 

Lori is a member of the American Herbalists Guild, and she currently spearheads a professional “Practitioner Roundtable” where clinical herbalists from across the U.S. meet online every week to discuss therapeutic approaches, herbal formulations, and the latest research relevant to alternative healthcare. In her local region, Lori also enjoys serving as a community educator by delivering public lectures and workshops to local organizations, businesses, and clubs.

Lori's clinical practice, Lifesong Holistic LLC,  is located in Fayetteville, PA, but she's delighted to be serving clients throughout the United States by utilizing internet-based meeting platforms to conduct online consultations.  

Lori is extremely passionate about natural, integrative, holistic healthcare, and she thrives on finding ways to be a healing presence in the lives of everyone she meets and serves.