relaXsonic is fueled by the passions of Emily Wallis, James Thomas, and a group of regional volunteers who are dedicated to sharing the concept of vibration by means of performance and demonstration.
Since 2008, relaXsonic has been traveling extensively throughout North America showcasing their unique entertainment concept at music, yoga, and consciousness festivals as well as private functions and other public gatherings.
The tremendous gratitude from fans and participants incited an expansion from hobby to a full time commitment. In 2009, the first relaXsonic tour (then known as Gong The Planet) ensued with great success. The group set off on a 28 state tour that lasted almost six months, which allowed them to share their performances with thousands of unsuspecting festival patrons effectively making them a staple on the music festival circuit,
With their concept being so unusual, the natural curiosity of the public brought a seemingly endless stream of questions. By the end of their 2010 summer tour, the group had collected hundreds of hours of video footage of their travels and concluded they needed a piece of media that could answer the continuous flow of inquiries about their activities, the science behind the experience, and how they got started. This need manifested the per-production of a feature documentary tentatively entitled Gong The Planet.
To achieve this the crew promptly booked a cross country fall performance schedule that included video interviews of the North America’s top gong performers and practitioners. Their interaction and exchanges with the interviewees has raised their knowledge, awareness, articulation, effectively improving their offering which has consistently impressed concert goers this festival season.
2011 summer tour showed so much promise and potential for the crew that they added 6 more tour dates through the fall leading them to the Sierra Nevada mountains, where they will spend the winter together working diligently on recording their first CD while conceptualizing and implementing 2012′s summer program.