Walk for Balance

*We’re currently meeting online & hope you’ll participate with us virtually*

Balance Awareness Spirit

Show Your Dizzy Spirit!

Online Photo/Video Contest & Giveaway

September 18 – 24, 2022

Show your support for those living with dizziness/imbalance and enter Seattle Dizzy Group’s online contest and giveaway by posting a balance-focused photo or short video on social media sharing how you are celebrating Balance Awareness Week and Falls Prevention Awareness Week and helping to raise awareness and make vestibular/balance disorders more “visible” to others.

More info and participation details:


Every September in celebration of Balance Awareness Week and Falls Prevention Awareness Week, Seattle Dizzy Group hosts our annual Walk for Balance Event at Green Lake. This is a fun community event, where we “Walk a Mile in Dizzy Shoes” together to help create greater awareness for vestibular and balance disorders & show our support for people living with chronic dizziness and imbalance–in Seattle and beyond.

(See also, Making a Difference for Balance Awareness)


Join us!
Come support a good cause, enjoy a scenic walk, and meet great people!
This is a fun, family, dog friendly event.
Invite your friends & family (all ages) & feel free to bring your dog (on leash).
Everyone is welcome.
Wear Blue for Balance!
We will walk rain or shine.

This event is FREE to attend.


The event will begin with a balance-focused warm-up activity to get us energized and limber prior to our 1-mile walk at Green Lake. During the walk, non-walkers are invited to mingle indoors. After the walk, we will celebrate with food and prizes.

(Refreshments including pre-walk snacks and light lunch will be provided)

There will be an Information Fair throughout the event.

Hands In Balance Wristbands Walk for Balance Event 2017

Event participants will receive a Free BALANCE Wristband!

(While supplies last)

Win a Free Drawing for event gear and other items!

We will also give Dizzy Spirit Awards for Wearing the Most Blue for Balance, Best Use of Walking Aids, and Most Dizzy Group Spirit, etc.!


We plan to walk at a comfortable pace. If you need to rest at any point on our 1-mile walk, there are many benches around the lake.  Since we will be walking a loop (starting counter-clockwise around the lake), you are welcome to walk part of the way and then sit and rejoin us on our way back.

Friends walking at lake 4x6 crop with text

Walking aids are necessary for some people and they also help to make an “invisible” illness more visible to others.  We encourage you to bring your walking stick, cane, poles, or walker, etc.

(Wheelchairs are welcome, too!)

Please wear comfortable shoes & in case of rain bring an umbrella.

*Non-walkers are invited to mingle indoors during the walk.*

Show Your Support/Spirit & Wear Blue for Balance!

Or, show your spirit with a Seattle Dizzy Group T-Shirt!

*A limited number of t-shirts will be available at the event*

Help Raise Balance Awareness

Seattle Dizzy Group Walk for Balance 2018 walking group spirit
You are invited to create and carry a sign to help raise awareness.

(Signs should have a balance-focused message about our Walk for Balance Event, Balance Awareness Week, vestibular/balance disorders, dizziness, etc.)

Event Location:

Green Lake

Seattle, WA


RSVP appreciated.  Or, feel free to just show up.

We Need Your Help to Make this Event a Success!

Help assist us with planning, hospitality, leading a walking group or activity, photography, set-up/take-down, etc.

Help us grow this event by inviting others to join us & bringing your friends and family with you.  Everyone is welcome!

Help us get the word out for this event & raise awareness for vestibular and balance disorders.  Refer others to the Seattle Dizzy Group website and share our online posts.  Use #BalanceAwarenessWeek #BAW #WalkforBalance #WalkaMileinDizzyShoes #WearBlueforBalance etc. on Facebook & Twitter.

Help support this event with a financial gift.
(Any donation amount is greatly appreciated!)

For more info about how donations help support Seattle Dizzy Group, see:  http://www.seattledizzygroup.org/donate

(Donations to Seattle Dizzy Group are not tax deductible at this time)

THANK YOU for your help and support!


Contact us via website form or email info@SeattleDizzyGroup.org.

Since September 2011, Seattle Dizzy Group has celebrated Balance Awareness Week and Falls Prevention Awareness Week with an annual walk.  We strive to grow and improve our Walk for Balance Event each year.

About Balance Awareness Week & Falls Prevention Awareness Week:

More info about Balance Awareness Week: Vestibular Disorders Association

More info about Falls Prevention Awareness Week: National Council on Aging

About Green Lake:

Green Lake is one of Seattle’s most beloved parks. Its expanse of water and green space in the center of a dense urban neighborhood draws thousands of people daily from all over the city. The park serves as a natural preserve for hundreds of species of trees and plants, as well as numerous birds and waterfowl. The 2.8-mile path around the lake provides a perfect recreational spot for runners, bikers, skaters and walkers.



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