Gym Tonic

Gym Tonic is a specialized strength training programme which has been scientifically proven to improve the functional abilities of seniors.

Why You Should Join Gym Tonic

Want to stay fit?

Want to regain your mobility after a fall?

Our Packages

Gym Tonic involves a prescribed set of routine exercises using our elder-friendly gym machines, which are safer and gentler on the elderly’s muscles and joints.

You will first undergo a 1-on-1 consultation to assess your overall strength condition before prescribing you with a customized training regimen. Each of the subsequent training sessions will also be led by trained professionals.

We offer Gym Tonic at the following locations:

  • Braddell Heights Community Hub, 264 Serangoon Central #01-207 Singapore 550264
    (Trainings will be conducted at a gym facility next to NTUC Health’s Day Rehabilitation and Wellness Centre)
    For more information on the training schedule, please call 6214 3023.
  • NTUC Health Active Ageing Hub (Kampung Admiralty), 676 Woodlands Drive #06-01 Singapore 730676
    For more information on the training schedule, please call  9004 7681.

These packages come with  value-added hotline support and organised social activities.

Why Choose Us

Trained and Knowledgeable Professionals

Our trainers have undergone rigorous trainings to ensure that you receive proper guidance and care.


Using a scientifically-proven methodology, we are committed to delivering results. Our team of professionals tracks your progress conscientiously for evidence-based analysis and further recommendations.

Personalised and targeted

No two elderly have the same needs. With a 1-on-1 consultation to assess your overall strength condition, we are able to deliver programmes that are specially tailored to your needs.

Ongoing research and development 

Driven by our commitment to provide you with the best care possible, we are always looking for ways to enhance our programmes and practices through continuous research and development.

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