Colorlight Therapist to Present at UT Friday, Sept. 6

Published: Aug 20, 2013

Jan van der Est, a Samassati Colorlight therapist, will give a presentation on Colorlight therapy at The University of Tampa on Friday, Sept. 6, at 4 p.m. in the Sykes Chapel and Center for Faith and Values on campus.

The presentation is free and open to the public.

Colorlight therapy, a form of energy medicine, uses color light to heal the physical body and clear psychological difficulties. Used by both individuals and professionals, it penetrates the body’s DNA, changing hard-to-address energy fields.

At the presentation, van der Est will explain the energy and wisdom of spectral colors as well as complementary colors and patterns. He will also present:

  • a generic model of the human system to explain how light works on all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual;
  • another model of the human system to show the role of photons in our entire being;
  • what causes an individual cell to fall into imbalance and how light can restore balance.


An international speaker and trainer, van der Est uses colorlight on the energy portals of the bodymind system. With his wife Wilma Guldenaar, he co- founded the European Institute for Light Therapy. Van der Est operates from his facility in Holland.

The presentation is sponsored by the UT Resource Team for Faith, Values and Spirituality and Live Well UT.

For more information, contact the UT Dickey Health and Wellness Center, at wellness@ut.edu.