Meet the Team
Founder of Performance Pulse Therapy
When Amanda Lamb was 6 years old, her mom took her to a fair filled with barnyard animals. As the story goes, Amanda spent the entire afternoon obsessing about the lone horse on display, who lurked in the far corner of his pen until she coaxed him out with her patience and sheer will to interact with this creature. After that she was hooked, and has made horses the center of her world. Her first lessons were under the patient tutelage of a natural horsemanship master, who saw in her an innate sensitivity for horses. Amanda then moved into the hunter-jumper world, and then onto jumpers, never losing her keen compassion for the amazing athletes that were her privilege to ride. Amanda believes that horses deserve the very best care available to them, in exchange for the beautiful experiences they give us. While spending a season competing on her horses in Western Canada, Amanda was introduced to PEMF, and was impressed with the way her aging ex-Grand Prix horse, as well as her young prospect, responded to regular PEMF therapy. She realized that this was a treatment that would allow her to gently and effectively help her horses feel their best. Amanda began training under one of the busiest PEMF practitioners in Western Canada, and is excited to now offer the therapy to horses in Southern California.
An equestrian since age six, Natalie has spent nearly the last two decades dedicated to her passion – horses. She grew up riding dressage and exploring the trails. As a teenager, she became hooked on jumpers and working with young horses. Natalie raised her 9-year-old horse Belgian Sport Horse gelding Rocket Science from a yearling. Professionally, Natalie is the Project Manager at CARMA, a nonprofit which oversees the retirement of race horses in California. She has successfully re-homed more than 300 Off-Track-Thoroughbreds off Santa Anita Park, Del Mar, San Luis Rey Downs and Golden Gate Fields. She is also the Event Manager for the Thoroughbred Classic Horse Show. Natalie was also an assistant editor and writer with magazine, Everything Equestrian. She graduated from California State University Fullerton majoring in Communications and American Studies.