Massage Buzz

Sports Massage and Gulf Coast Beekeeping

James Fritschle LMT (pronounced Fritch-Lee) is a licensed massage therapist and beekeeper in Pensacola, Florida.

Why massagebuzz?

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 known to be 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.

Please don't worry, I don't keep any live bees at my massage therapy office; but, I do provide local honey and honey bee products when honey is in season. (Local Honey Harvest is usually late spring and fall).

Office Location:

375 N 9th Avenue- Suite B Pensacola, FL 32502

  • Located inside FIT, Fitness Impact Training, Center, downtown Pensacola.

  • Office is handicap accessible with free off-street parking.

  • Location is convenient to interstate I-110, Gulf Breeze, Pensacola Beach, and Perdido Key, Florida

MA # 48259, MM# 41057

Regular Office Hours:

-By appointment-

Monday- Friday (9am- *6pm)

Saturday (11-**3pm)

Sunday (Closed)

*Last evening appointment is at 6pm.

**Last Saturday afternoon appointment is at 3pm.

Questions? Give me a buzz. [850] 485-0552

To set up an appointment, please use my online schedule.

*If no appointment times are available call to get on my list for next available or see if I have any cancellations.

Proud Professional Member of the FSMTA and AMTA