Studio BeneFit is set to offer free yoga classes to serving emergency employees and volunteers, to help tackle the stresses that come with their job.
Frontline Yoga - which is set to launch on July 23 - will be free for serving police officers, paramedics, firefighters, military and other volunteer emergency employees and volunteers.
Studio BeneFit owner Liz Schembri said the yoga class will help some of the issues that comes from working in "frontline" jobs.
"It gives people with PTSD, depression and anxiety an opportunity to stop, breathe and reflect on how they're feeling," she said.
"Offering this is a way for our frontline community to practice self care and to be able to breathe, stop and process the stressful things they go through in their jobs.
"If they're all good, then we're all good."
While classes are free for service people, those who aren't serving are allowed to attend, with a gold coin donation.
If people don't feel comfortable on the floor with a mat, there are options on a chair.
Fire and Rescue NSW peer officer Brad McWilliams said he sees the benefits yoga has on mental health.
"I promote mental health and yoga is a big part of that, to help control breathing and thoughts," he said.
"The evidence is there that yoga and meditation are ways of self grow and to help function at your best."
Yoga is a group of physical, mental and spiritual practices which have their origins in ancient India, which was used by monks to remain in meditation for an extended period of time.
Yoga came to the attention of the western public in the mid-19th century, along with other topics of Indian philosophy.
The first Frontline Yoga class will start at 3.30pm on Tuesday, July 23.
Ms Schembri said the best way to book for the Frontline Yoga class is via Studio BeneFit app.
Otherwise, call 0438 430 082 to book or for any more information on the Frontline Yoga class.