Ayden Cox

Ayden Cox, LMBT#11813, has been practicing massage since 2012. She came to massage therapy as a way to better assist the families she had been working with as a full-spectrum doula since 2009. In school she fell in love with all forms of massage, especially deep tissue and condition-specific, but she specializes in prenatal and postpartum bodywork along with infant and prenatal craniosacral therapy.

Rather than using a one-massage-fits-all approach, Ayden prefers to build her sessions around the individual needs of each client. She uses the information provided by clients, her solid foundation in anatomy and her intuitive sense of the body to tailor every massage. She believes in the power of the body to heal itself, and greatly values her role in helping facilitate healing for others.

In addition to providing bodywork and doula services, Ayden also uses her several years of midwifery school background to teach childbirth education classes in Durham, with a focus on providing culturally sensitive classes for her LGBTQ+ community.

Modalities: Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal/postpartum, hot-stone, reiki, craniosacral (infant, prenatal/postpartum, general population), reflexology.



Ayden Cox is currently not instructing any classes.