Meet Julia Petrisor: Awakening Change through Hypnosis

Julia Petrisor

Business: Hypnotist at BeLoved Minds Hypnosis

What is at the heart of your business?

Waking people up and helping them change through hypnosis


Why did you join a women’s coworking and wellness community?

I greatly value being in circle with women, and I am also a big proponent of wellness. The way Shecosystem is set up seemed like a natural fit. I also found that working on my own for the past few years as a freelance writer and editor left me a bit lonesome at times for real live community interaction.


What does thriving look like to you?

To me, thriving is when I am living in balance, giving more of myself and participating as deeply and fully in the human experience as possible.


Shecosystem’s core values are openness, community, collaboration, accessibility, sustainability, feminism, and wellness. Which of these resonates most with you and why?

Hard to pick just one! I’d say openness is quite key; I’m a fan of inclusion and breaking down barriers to separation.


What do you wish to give and/or receive from this community?

Positive energy and being clean and tidy are probably my best offerings! I’m also passionate about money and always open for frank conversations about money and how it affects our lives. I’m also hoping to pass on the power of hypnosis to people and offer illumination and education there.


Tell us one way you integrate self-care into your working life: 

Interestingly, I was once a pro at my self-care and had a solid and steady yoga and meditation practice. Once I began working remotely and freelancing, self-care went out the window. Now, it’s returning, and it involves self-hypnosis, a jade egg practice, and, more importantly, listening to the rhythms of my body so that I design every day to attune to my energy that day. I also always have several projects on the go, so instead of losing productive time if I stall on one thing, I can just move to another project for a while.


What’s your top piece of advice for other women entrepreneurs?

Face the fear and do it anyways! I’ve been terrified for months. 


Anything else we should know about you?
I’m a lot of fun and I’m always up for a good conversation!