With gyms such as Fitness First and Virgin Active are closing for the coming month due to the COVID-19 situation, you may be wondering what are the current guideline recommendations and which gyms are still open business.

Here is the good news: you can still train at ActiveSG gyms for as little as $2.50 for adults.

According to the latest advisory update (27 March 2020), members of public are encouraged to remain active during this period.

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However, distancing distancing of 1m must be kept to at all times. Gym users are advised to avoid clustering or hanging out in groups during their workouts.

While  it is true that activities for children and seniors are suspended until the end of next month, they are still welcomed to use the ActiveSG facilities such as the gyms and swimming pools.

For more updates, go to ActiveSG’s website.

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ActiveSG app shows the current capacity of each gym to help you save time.

In view of the recommendations, Square One Active Recovery is still open for business for those who are seeking care for their pain and/or injury.

We have also the first chiropractor in Singapore to introduce online video consultations for clients. This means you can get their professional help you need in the comfort of your own home.

The online consultations are free. For more information, go to first singapore chiropractor to go online?

Your Recovery Journey Begins Now

Frustrated by the lack of results-driven and ethical chiropractic clinics in Singapore, chiropractor Jesse Cai founded Square One Active Recovery to deliver recovery goals in just 12 weeks.

Not getting results from your chiropractor, TCM doctor or physiotherapist? Book an appointment to discover the difference the right care can make.

*We do not offer short-term pain solutions such as chiropractic adjustments, dry needling, or any form of soft tissue therapy.