Beating Hearts

24th January 2020 | 3 min read

Pink Champagne, red roses, chocolates and soft toys wrapped in a bow, culminating with a table for two at a restaurant on 14th February. This Valentine’s Day, we’re thinking less about love hearts, and more about the love of our hearts; the organ that pumps blood through the body, supplying us with oxygen and nutrients and removing carbon dioxide and waste. The organ that keeps us alive.

Kicking off on Valentine’s Day, LABS is running a two week campaign to support the British Heart Foundation, a registered charity that funds research to keep hearts beating and blood flowing. Through a varied programme of fun and dynamic events, we will promote powerful dialogue around heart health, create experiences to help you take care and host activities to get hearts racing. All money raised will be fund matched by LABS and the total donated to the British Heart Foundation.

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FULL EVENT LISTINGS

5K run hosted by Aimee Fuller
Friday 14th February

Get your pulse racing on Valentine’s Day with an early morning 5k run, hosted by two time Olympic Athlete, Aimee Fuller. Beginning with a gentle warm up the run will go along the canal and a loop of Regent’s Park before returning for a cool down, a fresh smoothie provided by Farmstand and a protein bar from Barebells.

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Energising yoga with Sarah Malcolm
Friday 21st February

Set yourself up for the weekend with an early morning Friday yoga class. Celebrated teacher, Sarah Malcom, will lead an energising Vinyasa flow in the Drum. With floor to ceiling windows this is a stunning venue and an unexpectedly calming space in the centre of Camden Market. Post class, chat to Sarah and refuel with a delicious smoothie from Farmstand.

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Brunching with Chessie King
Sunday 23rd February

Turn a gloomy Sunday in February into an opportunity to improve your heart health at a special brunch hosted by Chessie King. Enjoy balanced, nutritious dishes while Chessie explains why we should ‘start from the heart’ and how important exercise and nutrition is for keeping your heart healthy. All proceeds from the event will go directly to the British Heart Foundation directly funding research into heart disease, diabetes, stroke and vascular dementia.

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Guided meditation with Headspace
Tuesday 25th February

Transform your lunch break with a guided meditation led by leading wellness brand, Headspace. Proven to reduce stress, control anxiety and enhance self-awareness, a 45-minute meditation session will be followed by a Q&A with Ria Ingleby. You’ll leave feeling totally relaxed with tools to use in everyday life.

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An evening with Dr. Hazel Wallace
Thursday 27th February

Enjoy an evening in the company of The Food Medic aka Dr Hazel Wallace. During a Q&A, Hazel will share her journey into medicine, revealing what her inspiration was and is behind the Food Medic, as well as how she juggles two demanding careers. Hazel will also talk about the importance of diet when it comes to heart health and how she incorporates nutrition into her everyday work as a doctor. Guests will enjoy delicious food platters curated by Hazel and a welcome drink.

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Donate to the British Heart Foundation