Yoga instructors everywhere may be out of a job, as new tech-based yoga pants actually correct the posture of its user, according to Daily Mail.

The Nadi tights, developed by Australia fashion innovators Wearable Experiments, is a yoga pant that gently pulses to correct its user as he or she attempts yoga poses.

"With Nadi, haptic vibrations are built into a full physical language, allowing the technology to communicate feedback to help correct your form and achieve your fitness goals," according to the company's website. "The frequency and intensity of each vibration changes based on the body position and angle."

The Nadi is seemingly seamless in its design. With pleasing lines that curve around the pants, the tech is built right into the fabric, which gives it a less intrusive feel. In the future, it will also be able to communicate with an app, downloading various data on the user's form and range of movements.

"We believe technology should empower the human experience, not overtake it," said co-founder Ben Moir. "With Nadi, the sleek design allows technology to seamlessly integrate with the tights, allowing the beauty and design to take center stage."

The app, coming later this year, will be available on Apple and Android device, according to a Nadi press release.