Healthy Living Pathways

Healthy Living Pathways

Healthy Living Pathways is a comprehensive, personalized, multidisciplinary program that provides enhanced, evidence-based treatment for patients at risk for or with high-risk conditions.

Your journey to health may include one of more of the following Pathways:

  • Mindset

  • Culinary Medicine

  • Movement

  • Condition Management

Through coaching and a holistic approach, Healthy Living Pathways empowers you to:

  • Create lifelong healthy lifestyle behaviors

  • Decrease dependence on medications, if applicable

  • Effectively manage your chronic health conditions

What does it cost?​

Participating in Healthy Living Pathways is at no cost to referred Center for Living Well patients.

Who can use the service?​

A referral from your Center for Living Well PCP is required for enrollment into Healthy Living Pathways. Discuss your eligibility with your provider.

Quality Staff, Quality Delivery - Healthy Living Pathways Team


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Lisa Martin, PharmD, Healthy Living Pathways Director (Epcot & Celebration)

Dr. Lisa Martin is the Director of Healthy Living Pathways at the Center for Living Well. She is a clinical pharmacist who is board certified in Advanced Diabetes Management, a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist, a diplomat in Lifestyle Medicine, and a Certified Health and Wellness Coach. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Maryland in 2007 and completed her residency in Ambulatory Care at Florida Hospital Celebration Health the following year. Prior to joining the staff at the Center for Living Well in 2014, Dr. Martin was faculty at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy specializing in diabetes, anticoagulation, cardiovascular health, and immunizations. Apart from work, Dr. Martin is a baseball mom and enjoys spending time with her family discovering new and fun things to do in the central Florida area. 

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Ashton Cobb, PharmD (Epcot)

A native to the Sunshine State, Dr. Ashton T. Cobb received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2015 from Florida A&M University. The following year he completed a residency in Community Pharmacy with an emphasis in Ambulatory Care at Azalea Health in Palatka, FL. It was there he started a pharmacist-led diabetes education program. Prior to joining the staff at the Center for Living Well in 2020, Cobb served as a Clinical Pharmacist focusing on healthcare outcomes in the Treasure Coast at Whole Family Health Center. He specialized in providing care for patients living with diabetes, HIV and curing Hepatitis C. Furthermore, Cobb enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, exercising, and giving back to underserved communities. 

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Amy Shook Talana, PharmD (Celebration)

Dr. Talana is a clinical pharmacist who is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist focused on primary care chronic disease state management. She received her Bachelor of Science in Food Science and her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Florida. After graduation, she completed her first pharmacy residency at Advent Health, followed by her second residency at Ambulatory Care Residency with the UF College of Pharmacy. She actively serves on the Ambulatory Care Committee in the Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Talana is drawn to primary care for the opportunity to help bridge gaps in disease state knowledge and to empower patients to be proactive in their health management. Her professional interests include diabetes, cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, hematology and rheumatology. In her free time, she enjoys fishing, camping, traveling, and Gator football.


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Sarah Landerman, MA, LCSW

Sarah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in integrative care and behavioral health counseling. Sarah completed a Master of Arts in Clinical Health Psychology in Arizona, a Master of Social Work in south Florida, and a supervised internship in Orlando, Florida. Sarah has practiced in college, primary care, acute inpatient, outpatient, and residential settings. Her clinical interests include chronic illness, anxiety, depression, psychosis, aging, caregiving, eating disorders, and helping individuals reach and maintain health goals. Sarah enjoys traveling to new and old places, spending time with friends and family, and being outdoors.


Jesus Hernandez, RDN, LD

Jesus is a Registered Dietitian who has been with Premise Health since 2018. Jesus has a bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences with an emphasis in Medical Dietetics from the University of Missouri. He also has a certificate in Training for Obesity Interventions in Adults. His experience is diverse, including work in an outpatient hospital setting as well as serving as the Director of Nutrition Services for a private personal training studio. He specializes in weight management, bariatrics, diabetes education, culinary medicine, and sports nutrition.


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James McNichol, MS, CSCS, FMS

A native of central Florida, James attended the University of Central Florida for both his undergrad and graduate degrees. Along with his Master’s in Sports and Exercise Science, James is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, having previously worked as a strength and conditioning coach in professional baseball for three years. Prior to joining the Center for Living Well, he was an Exercise Physiologist with AdventHealth, primarily working with their Executive Health Program conducting comprehensive health and fitness evaluations. James also has a background in working with special populations, corporate wellness and group fitness. Outside of work, he loves running, reading, and traveling with his wife and two sons whenever possible. 

Ashleigh Funk, BA, CPT, CCRP

Ashleigh is a Movement Specialist/Exercise Physiologist with the Movement Pathway at the Center for Living Well. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama with an internship in Cardiac Rehabilitation. Ashleigh worked as an Exercise Specialist in physical therapy and wellness after completing her degree in southeast Alabama. She relocated to Orlando with her husband, Shaun, and began working at AdventHealth Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Orlando and the National Training Center in Clermont.


Ashleigh is a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) with American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and a Certified Cardiac Rehabilitation Professional (CCRP) with the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). She is also Past President of Florida Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (FCVPR) and continues to work on advocacy for cardiac and pulmonary patients through the AACVPR serving as Florida lead for Day on the Hill and MAC resource group for FCVPR. Ashleigh enjoys being with her family, outdoor activities and keeping up with her son, Mason.

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Shadeys Ashmon, HLP Coordinator

Shadeys joined the Center for Living Well family in 2017 with over 10 years of medical experience. She started her career at CLW as a Front Desk Lead and is now the Coordinator for the Healthy Living Pathways Program. As a Coordinator, Shadeys is passionate about helping people and guiding them to resources that will assist in establishing healthier lifestyles. Shadeys was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Central Florida. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family, exploring nature trails and exercising.

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The Center for Living Well – Gaea Center is excited to offer an educational webinar focused on LGBTQ+ Fertility and Family Building from 6:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. ET on Tuesday, June 28, 2022.


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