Sports Massage and Gulf Coast Beekeeping
Hurricane Sally Update:
Our community was widely impacted by hurricane Sally on Sept. 16.
My office suffered damages and is currently closed to mitigate flood repairs.
As of Sept. 22, I will be providing in home-health massage therapy in the Pensacola and Perdido area for existing clients, their family, and those with a direct or medical referral.
Online scheduling is still available, or you may leave a voicemail to get set up with my next available appointment.
*Unfortunately, Covid 19 did not get blown away by the hurricane; safety and standard precautions still apply.
James Fritschle LMT (pronounced Fritch-Lee) is a licensed massage therapist and beekeeper in Pensacola, Florida.
1) My last name is not easy to spell for a web address, so massagebuzz works.
2) A Buzz is: vibration, electricity, excitement and or enthusiasm. --Buzz permeates both the natural and technological world.
3) Buzz is also a slang-term for a high or sense of euphoria.One of the chief benefits of Massage therapy is that it feels good. Certain types of massage help release the body's natural pain-relieving, endorphins and enkephalins. These are important neuropeptides that can be thirty times more potent than synthetic pain relievers, opioids. Massage Therapy is a safe and affordable alternative to the opioid epidemic. Much of my massage and bodywork revolves around helping ease pain and suffering in my clients.
4) Buzz- And of course, buzz is for Bees & Beekeeping adventures; not to mention, I like to think I have a busy-as-a-bee productive work ethic.
Now please don't worry, I don't have any live bees at my massage therapy office; but, I may have offerings of local honey and honey bee products on hand while in season.
1610 Barrancas Avenue Pensacola, FL 32502
Professional office building, near downtown Pensacola.
Office is handicap accessible with free off street parking.
Location is convenient to I-110, Gulf Breeze, Pensacola Beach, and Perdido Key, Florida
MA # 48259, MM# 33642