WW (Weight Watchers reimagined)

What is WW?

WW is a reimagined, flexible approach to improving overall wellness. Weight Watchers has reshaped its old diet model and now focuses on creating a healthier relationship with food and mood. WW includes science-based tools to help you plan or purchase delicious meals (check out these 30+ easy meals for the whole family), shift your mindset and reach your goals, whatever they may be. What hasn’t changed? King County still pays for half of your membership.

NEW tools available

WW members can take advantage of several new additions to the WW app. You can join online support groups to share tips, recipes and words of encouragement. As you track your healthy activities, you’ll gain access to guided meditations from Headspace, on-demand workouts via Aaptiv, and other great features.  

Who is eligible for WW:

All King County employees and benefits-covered spouses or state-registered domestic partners are eligible for WW Freestyle at a reduced price.

How to participate:

There are two ways to join and receive tools, strategies and support to help you reach your goals. No matter how you choose to participate, King County pays for half of your membership.

  • Digital – access to app and website – You pay $8.48 per month
  • Digital + Studio – access to app, website and workshops (formerly called meetings) – You pay $19.11 per month

Interested in learning more?

LocationDay and timeWho to contact
King County Courthouse -12th floor, 516 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104.Tuesdays
Optional weigh-in: 11:45am-noon
Meeting: noon-12:30pm
Lynn Mazer
Lynn.Mazer@kingcounty.gov 206-477-0852

King Street Center, 201 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104.
Contact coordinator for meeting room location
Tuesdays
Optional weigh-in: 11:30am-noon
Meeting: noon-12:30pm
Chris Zanassi Chris.Zanassi@kingcounty.gov 206-477-4541

Don’t see your workplace here? 15 or more interested employees are needed to bring a meeting to your workplace.

There’s more than one way to get to your destination. Whatever your goal may be, remember to be kind to yourself and reach out for more support if needed.  

Contact Balanced You for more information – 206.263.9626 or BalancedYou@kingcounty.gov

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