Spring has sprung! Get ready to stock up on delicious eats, try new recipes and connect with colleagues, all while supporting local farmers.
In 2018, Balanced You piloted the Worksite Fund mini-grant, an opportunity for employees around the County to apply to make healthy changes in their workplace. Employees helped us learn about the work they do and shared creative ideas to improve health, well-being and safety at their worksites. Altogether, we received over 100 applications for trainings,... Continue Reading →
Balanced You partners with more than 40 gyms and fitness studios in the Puget Sound area to offer employees and their families exciting discounts. Whether you’ve been wanting to try yoga, learn self-defense, take up indoor rock climbing or just get moving, there are many options to get you started.
Whether it’s swimming or biking to work, King County Superior Court Communications Manager Jamie Holter is dedicated to exercising regularly. Jamie, who has been active her entire life, was interested in switching up her regular routine to take up Pilates.
The Alaskan Way Viaduct is now closed. While many King County employees can adjust their schedules or telecommute to ease the burden, many of us cannot. Learn about resources and programs offered by King County and Balanced You to support you in reducing stress.
King County knows that financial wellness is important to you and we want to help you reach your financial goals. My Secure Advantage (MSA) is a free financial wellness program that helps King County employees make the most out of their hard-earned money.
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. What hasn’t changed? King County still pays for half of your membership.
King County employees have access to a new wellness tool. Omada® is a program to support you and eligible covered family members in achieving your goals toward healthy weight and reducing your risk of certain chronic diseases.