About Megan

Megan Nigro, MA, CMT, SEP

Integrative Somatic Body Therapy

Trauma Resolution - Nervous System Regulation

Megan's approach is a blend of her experience and knowledge of Somatic Experiencing® and somatic touch with somatic psychology -specifically, Attachment Theory, fused with her background in the exploratory healing of mindfulness and wellness practices such as yoga & Ayurveda, meditation, chakra sciences, Shiatsu, and traditional bodywork methods.

Therapeutically, she is informed most by Dr. Peter Levine's Somatic Experiencing®, Kathy Kain's Somatic [Touch] Practice, and Dr. Stephen Terrell's Somatic Attachment and Developmental Trauma Healing. These approaches support her growing ability to be with, recognize, and attend to the organic processes unfolding within each of us.

Socailly, she is grounded in healing justice that draws from her ongoing commitment to anti-racism and anti-classism work and regenerative earth healing . She has an MA in social justice and community organizing from Prescot College and works to support client's growing capacity to make change within themselves and the world through experiential, educational, therapeutic exploration.

She is a senior assistant within the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute and an approved Advanced Session and Consult provider.


Healing is a personal, courageous, and liberating endeavor that matters deeply to our world.


Your healing work with Megan can vary depending on your needs and aspirations. She offers ongoing somatic therapy sessions aimed at nervous system regulation to reduce and potentially resolve symptoms of stress physiology resulting from overwhelming stresses/ trauma/developmental trauma, deepening self-exploration/ discovery and integration, or short term issue-focused support.

Your somatic healing may play a central role in your process, or it may serve as a compliment to work in which you're already engaged medically, psycho-therapeutically, or spiritually.


Megan is available for talks/presentations, and to lead interactive and experiential groups developing somatic awareness of nervous system regulation and educating on its various influences on overall health, wellness, and well being.


A note from Megan;

I am an able-bodied, white, cis-gendered woman. I grew up on the extraordinary unceded lands of rural southeast Alaska and am currenlty living on the transitional lands of Hong Kong.

Healing our trauma empowers us. It does this by reuniting us with the immense biological power that enabled our survival. As we come back into a relationship with our sensate selves, we gain access to our whole being. It is from here that we live truly, that we interact and engage fully with our world. It is from this whole self, that people can take sustainable action for change in their communities, building a healthy society.

I am committed to social justice, and consider healing work's true purpose to bring people into relationship with themsleves in a way that enables their needed unique action in the world. We are part of collective experience that we are shaping every single day. Attending to our health and wellbeing through a nervous system regulation approach allows us access to our flexible (appropriate) responsivity- ie; we can fight for justice and not fight our partners.

I'm deeply honored and grateful to support someone through their courageous and radical act of healing. I do not shy away from supporting client's unique exploration of how patriarchy, white supremacy, and globalized neo-liberal captialism have impacted each of us. Self-exploration, growth, and development is not for the faint-hearted but for the inspired warriors of our species. Daily, I am both moved and humbled by the brave hearts and spirit of people. And I am continually awed by the extraordinary resilience of the organic healing capacity deeply seeded within each and every one of us.