Ashley Breitzman, LMT

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  • Massage, ND #1285
  • CPR - American Heart Association, # N/A


  • MN School of Business (now Globe University)
  • MN School of Business (now Globe University)


Bodywork & Massage

  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Other
  • Reflexology

Ashley Breitzman, LMT

Licensed Massage Therapist who is passionate about helping those who are in pain

Most people have experienced some kind of pain in their lives; be it from an injury, an accident, or just from the stresses of daily life.  My passion is to help others who are experiencing that pain so that they can get back to living their lives to the fullest.

Our bodies are amazing in a way that it can heal itself.  However, sometimes it holds on to things a little longer than it should, which is where I come into the picture.  I can help your body relax...

Where I Work

Breit Touch Massage & Bodywork  

3301 13th Ave S Suite 103, Fargo, ND 58103 Map it


Massage, ND # 1285
CPR - American Heart Association, # N/A



MN School of Business (now Globe University)
AAS in Massage Therapy
MN School of Business (now Globe University)
AAS in Cosmetology Business


Notable Experiences

Craniosacral Therapy
I received basic training through my education at MN School of Business/Globe University. Craniosacral Therapy is a technique used to help balance the rhythm of the body by working with the cranial bones, spinal column, sacrum/coccyx, & diaphragms of the body. This technique is performed while fully clothed.
Globe University - Adjunct Instructor
Teaching Massage related classes to the students at Globe University. Including: Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Case Studies, Condition Specific Massage, Insurance Billing, Business, and Ethics. From October 2014-April 2016
Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique (SMRT)
A positional release technique, SMRT allows me to work at all depths of tissue without causing much, if any, discomfort or pain. I became Full-Body certified in this technique in May 2016.
Medical Massage/Injury Rehabilitation
I accept referrals for Auto Accident and MN Workman's Comp injuries and will bill the applicable insurance company. I have been working with this type of massage service since opening my business in 2011. I do also accept Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flex Spending cards. With these cards, however, you must be able to prove that the massage is medically necessary. This is usually done by having a letter and prescription from your physician indicating this.
Myofascial Release (MFR)
Restrictions can also happen within your fascia, the body’s connective tissue that surrounds and supports everything from head to toe. MFR is a manual therapy technique that targets the 3 top layers of fascia to help to release those restrictions by stretching these layers. Typically used with little to no emollient.
Deep Tissue/Trigger Point Therapy
Deep Tissue massage is often misinterpreted into meaning that it has to hurt to be effective, but in reality, it does not have to be so. The true meaning of Deep Tissue is working with the deeper layers of tissue. The best approach to this is to soften and relax the superficial layers first and then slowly working down into the deeper layers. This modality also integrates Trigger Point Therapy in which we release taught bands in your muscles and other tissues than can cause and refer pain. I use this in conjunction with SMRT for maximum benefit. "No pain, no gain" is definitely not true in this case.