Rochester Spa Gives Back to Leader Dog for the Blind

In an effort to give back to the many nonprofits in the Rochester area, Revitalizing Touch Wellness Spa, located in Downtown Rochester dedicates the month of November to a local charity each year.

“Each year we choose a nonprofit in the community and donate to them during the month of November,” said Clement. “It is our way of thanking this wonderful community for all it does.”

This year, the spa donated five percent of all November sales to Leader Dog for the Blind for a total donation of $700.

“We are so honored that Revitalizing Touch Wellness Spa chose Leader Dogs for the Blind to support during their month of giving.  Without the generosity of donors like Revitalizing Touch and other local businesses, we would not be able to provide the programs and services we do at no cost to the client.”

Revitalizing Touch Wellness Spa is committed to improving overall wellness through an array of result-driven services.

Located in Rochester, Michigan, near the beautiful downtown area on Main St (Rochester Road), Revitalizing Touch Wellness Spa offers an unpretentious, yet personal environment dedicated to providing clients with the specific results they are looking for including massage therapy, body treatments, or skin therapy.

The spa also offers essential oil classes open to the community throughout the month. To find out more about upcoming classes, visit or on

About Leader Dog for the Blind
Founded by three Detroit-area Lions Clubs members in 1939, Leader Dogs for the Blind empowers people who are blind, visually impaired or Deaf-Blind with skills for a lifetime of independent travel. Our mission is to provide the media with prompt, accurate information while protecting the privacy and security of the Leader Dog clients we serve. Please be aware that a “Leader Dog” is the proper name for a dog that has graduated from our training programs. The generic term is “guide dog.” We refer to the people who take our training as “clients,” whether they are training with Leader Dogs or participating in “orientation and mobility” (O&M) training, which involves the use of white canes and other tools to improve independent mobility without a guide dog. Above average O&M skills are a prerequisite for guide dog training. All Leader Dogs for the Blind training, including dogs and O&M tools and even travel and lodging, is provided free of charge to our clients thanks to the generosity of our donors.

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