Email and Mobile

Email (most reliable by far): [email protected]

WhatsApp (only if urgent, works wherever I am, chat message is much better than voice message): +447970878321

Tel UK (only if urgent, when I am in UK, please do not leave voice message): +447970878321

Tel Switzerland (only if urgent, when in Switzerland, please do not leave voice message): +41786865463

I avoid facebook messenger and social media direct messaging 

Trading as: The Whole Body Ltd, 46 St Albans Villas, London, UK, NW5 1QY. Reg Company No: 465114

Social Media

facebook: ‘Pain, Trauma and Anxiety are Really Strange’ (@bodycollege). Pop over follow me, I post regularly on pain, trauma and anxiety
twitter: @stevehaines66
instagram: stevehaines66
web: Courses in TRE and Cranial, Treatments London and Geneva, and ‘Is Really Strange’ Comic Books
web: Teaching of TRE® Trauma Releasing Exercises


London Directions

46 St Albans Villas, Kentish Town, London, NW5 1QY

Look for a 50’s council block on the east side of Hampstead Heath, near the tennis courts. Press 46, then Call on the entry phone, then come to the first floor. 46 is on the north side of the junction of St Albans Road and Highgate Road, one street down from Swains Lane.

It is north of Kentish Town tube – the 88 and 214 buses take 10 to 20 mins from the tube. The C11 also comes from Belsize Park. Gospel Oak on the North London Line is about 12 mins walk away.

Parking is easy on Highgate Road (free, except pay and display from 10 to 12) or St Albans Road (free, except residents only 10 to 12). Be careful with Sat Nav as it takes you to 46 St Albans Rd, you need 46 St Albans Villas.

Directions Geneva

4 Rue Jean Calvin, Old Town, Geneva, CH 1204

It is 3 minutes from Globus, 5 mins from Bel Air. The 10 bus stops near Globus (Molard if coming from Cornavin). The 12 tram stops outside Globus at Molard stop.

Opposite Globus and Oschner Intersport on Rue du Marché there are some steps going through a building up into Old Town. Keep going up the 3 flights of steps, with the Alhambra and then a car park on your left, and you will reach Rue Jean Calvin.



Steve Haines has been a bodyworker for over 20 years. He is the author of the award winning ‘Anxiety Is Really Strange’, part of a series of graphic books that include ‘Pain Is Really Strange’ and ‘Trauma Is Really Strange’. Understanding the science of pain and trauma has transformed his approach to healing. He has studied Yoga, Shiatsu, Craniosacral Therapy, and Trauma Releasing Exercises TRE®. He is a UK registered Chiropractor and teaches TRE and Cranial all over the world. His treatments now use education, embodied awareness, and light touch to help people move more freely and be more present. Steve lives and works between London and Geneva.