Sarah Pilcher has, arguably, practiced yoga for longer than she has been alive. Her first classes were in utero when her mother took prenatal yoga classes. When Sarah was old enough her mother became her first teacher, guiding her through the practice of yoga and meditation and starting her on a lifelong journey to grow and share the art.
Her first professional teachers in yoga were Matt and Holly Krepps. Sarah learned the finer points of yoga and further developed her technique and understanding. After practicing as a student for several years, she became a teacher herself and taught classes in and around Little Rock. She has held classes at Zen Studio, Ecumenical Buddhist Society of Little Rock, and Arkansas Yoga Collective.
Sarah has not limited her teaching to studios alone. She has worked tirelessly to spread yoga throughout her community by volunteering and teaching. With a heart to serve, she has worked with multiple organizations to provide yoga classes to members of her community. Sarah has partnered with Our House, Dunbar Community Center, Ballet Arkansas, MidSouth Black Expo, Yoga for Tennis, Timmons Arts Foundation, Rock Town Yoga, University of Arkansas for Medical Science, and Sidney Moncrief One Team to name only a few. She is also the owner and operator of Yogathon Arkansas.
As central to her life as yoga has been, Sarah is a woman of diverse talents. She is an avid tennis player, placing third in the USTA Nationals in 2017 and winning her section at the USTA State Championship. Sarah has also served as member of the USTA Southern Tennis Committee and the USTA Arkansas Junior State Tournament. Additionally, Sarah serves her community at large through her support of local nonprofit organizations through donations, volunteering, and speaking. Past major speaking engagements include the March for Science and the March for Women.