About Brighton School of Massage

Brighton school of Massage is all about helping you advance in your chosen career path. We know what works! We have a  practical approach to learning and want you to have a successful, fulfilling and long lasting career in Complementary Therapy. Using our knowledge, understanding and experience, we create a professional, welcoming learning environment that helps you to transform your skill and passion into professional qualifications. We provide professional complementary medicine training to students from all backgrounds, capabilities and nationalities. Our students benefit from small teaching groups in a caring and committed environment. 

Angelic Skoberla, Training Director

Angelic Skoberla has extensive experience in teaching massage and wellbeing. Her passion for her work is the driving force behind the Brighton School of Massage ethos.

Brighton School of Massage prides itself in delivering the highest quality of training to all our students.  You can be assured that your learning will take place in a positive learning environment including 1 to 1 support.

Brighton School of Massage is totally focussed on you, the learner. Therefore all your resources such as workbooks and videos are included in your course.

All our courses are accredited, fully insurable and take you up to a professionally qualified complementary therapist.

Your success is our success!


  • CNELM Nutrition Coach Diploma (NCD).
  • NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Certified Practitioner. (Coaching).
  • Why Weight Practitioner.
  • Metabolic Balance Coach.
  • CIDESCO dip. Beauty & Body therapy.
  • ITEC Aesthetician.
  • ITEC Trainer.
  • Aromatherapy Massage therapist.
  • Therapeutic Reflexologist.
  • Sports massage.
  • Indian Head.
  • PGCE – cert. ed.

What do I need?

You need to bring a friend/client to practice on.

Contact Angelic if this is not possible as we could also help.

Classes start at 9.30 at The Studio.

What do I wear?

Light comfortable clothing.

Flat shoes.

Long hair away from your face and tied up.

Short nails, no nail varnish.


  • Diplomas: Please see your invoice sent out to you explaining your deposit and payment schedule.
  • Short courses: The course fee must be paid, in full, no later than 14 days prior to the start of the course. Brighton School of Massage reserves the right to re-allocate the course place to another student if fees are not paid in time.
  • Online courses: The course must be paid in full before student gains access from the student portal.

Cancelling Courses

All cancellations of Diploma or Short courses must be made 15 days prior to the start of the course. If a booking is cancelled within the 15 days, 50% of the course fee will be payable.

If the learner fails to attend the course, the learner is liable for 100% of the full course fee.

Learners are required to complete the course within 1 year from the start date.

Learners must read the full terms and conditions including our cancellation policy. 

We require signed contracts to show that you understand and agree with the terms and conditions, including that once the learner has started day 1 of the course (Diploma or short course) and no longer chooses to continue the course, the full course fees must still be paid, and no monies are refundable.

Pre- requisites

A telephone or face to face interview prior to acceptance to the course.

Health & Safety

Please submit your health questionnaire should you have any medical conditions that could hinder the duration of your course.

Use of Models

It is the responsibility of each learner to provide a model for any final assessments. If you are unable to provide a model, we will provide a model at a charge of £15.00, payable when booking the assessment. (This charge is non-refundable and covers admin costs and costs for providing a treatment for the model in the event of cancellations or if the learner brings their own model without informing the school).

Data Protection

Brighton School of Massage is responsible for the safekeeping of learners’ and clients’ personal details and any contact information such as email addresses and phone numbers. This information will not be shared with a third party and will be kept only on the school’s database for use by the office staff. If you wish you may provide the tutor with your email address or telephone details, but the school accepts no liability or responsibility for any communication between yourself and the tutor and will not recognise or condone any decisions or arrangements that may be made in this respect. All communication must be made directly with the lead trainer at the school and all decisions and arrangements will be made by the lead trainer, Angelic Skoberla. The school will not accept responsibility for safekeeping of students’ cash or possessions, including portfolio work, and any payment must be made via BACS as indicated on your invoice.