Neos Massage is partnering with these organizations to share in the goal of healing and wellness. If you would like your organization to be a partner with Neos Massage and CranioSacral Therapy, please contact: is a leading web resource for those affected by mesothelioma cancer, a rare form of cancer that occurs in the lining of the lungs and abdomen. CranioSacral Therapy has been found to give relief to patients with mesothelioma. now features information about massage therapy on their site and has created a service directory for patients seeking a clinic offering massage therapy in their area. Neos Massage is happy to be able to say that we are one of those providers.

Neos Massage is proud to partner with CARD-USF, the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at USF CARD-USF is a training and resource center for families, teachers and other professionals. CARD-USF covers a 14 county area from Pasco County down to Collier County in Tampa FL. CARD-USF provides consultant based assistance with evidence based practices as well as visual and behavioral supports. CARD’s services are free. For more information, please visit their website.

Neos Massage has become an Autism friendly business! We’ve participated in the CARD-USF Autism Friendly Business training and we have created an autism friendly environment for our valued patients. We make a difference in the lives of those touched by autism and related disabilities and their families by welcoming them to our business.

Below is a link for downloading pictures with a story of what the Neos Massage facility looks like and what you and your child can expect on their first visit. There are spaces available in the story to plug in your child’s name and or activities that they may want to do when they come. Please feel free to personalize the story! Neos Massage looks forward to meeting you and helping bring healing to individuals affected by autism spectrum disorders.

My Visit to Neos Massage pdf

CranioSacral Therapy has been a wonderful modality for bringing healing to persons affected by the autism spectrum.