I help women on their birth journeys overcome anxiety and empower themselves through individual doula support and perinatal group fitness.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
8/10: The fact that you offer doula support suggests you’re talking to a group of women who are likely to be using midwives. Are you focusing on home-birth candidates specifically? “Perinatal group fitness” indicates a certain comfort and awareness about their bodies.
8/10: I like it and it is pretty clear to me. However, I am guessing, you are targeting women who are already aware of their anxiety, women who Knows what a Doula and perinatal means. I am a doula myself and in my contexts those are “weird words” that just few people understands.
9/10: You seem very approachable, and you have a very clear message. Supporting women emotionally and spiritually through their birth journeys is oh so important! Love it!
10/10: Love it and would have loved to have had you in my life during my pregnancies. All best to you and all the women and babies you serve!
8/10: I imagine that most ladies that are going through this stage of life would be able to understand what you’re getting at. But for future birth-givers and men that need to help you ladies through these times, it seems unclear. People that have never given birth don’t know what they’re up against with the anxiety and stress. So I just wonder how you reach future clients that may not even know they’ll need your assistance. Or do you bank on people finding you at the right time?
10/10: Clear, concise and focused.
It`s clear. You answer the important questions: what, to whom, how + I get to know results. I respect deeply doula’s work. Love what you do!
8/10: I think you communicate the message that you go deeper than just helping them “give birth”
10/10: It’s very clear who you help and how, and your picture is very nice. You seem approachable, and using an outdoor/nature picture would likely appeal to women who want a doula and perinatal group fitness. Good job
Rebeca, I enjoy how you have combined your two offers in one very clear sentence.
8/10: It seems a bit long. I wonder if you can shorten it?
10/10: You would have been handy in preparing for my home-birth after 2 c-sections a few years ago. I like the combo of skills you offer.
10/10: Love it!
10/10: Love this! Clear ideal clients, clear problem/solution.
9/10: I think this is great. Clear and appealing. And the picture makes you look very approachable.
10/10: This is clear to me – what a great service.
9/10: Nice and clear. Could only be improved by using pics of happy mums and babies perhaps to really hammer home the happy outcome of the service.
Rebeca Greenan‘s Reflections:
I would love to add more about what doulas are and give more understanding of what types of perinatal fitness I teach but alas length restrictions, my webpage definitely has more info on doulas in general, and I luckily live in area where doulas are well known and many people are looking for “their doula” not just “a doula”
I definitely don’t only work with homebirths. Doulas are for all births from the most medicalized to the least intervention (however I do not attended planned homebirths that are not attended by a midwife for liability and scope of practice reasons).
Anxiety and empowerment are big words among birthing women (and many groups of women in general, I could talk about this for days ). It’s not likely that someone would be looking to hire support if they weren’t a) feeling someone anxious or b) looking to give themselves the best chance of reaching meeting their goals [thereby heightening their sense of empowerment].
Thank you again!
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