Our Staff

Grant Grasha


Grant Grasha is a former gymnast and power tumbler from the West Sunbury, Pennsylvania area. Grant trained for 14 years as an all-around gymnast then specialized in floor exercise during the last few years of his career. Grant was trained by International Gymnastics Coach and USAG Staff Manager Elias Cortes who owned and operated Elite Athletic Center in Butler Pennsylvania. Grant began his cheerleading career in 2006 where he started coaching midget competitive cheerleading for Moniteau Area School District. Since that time he has held several coaching positions throughout Ohio and Pennsylvania. He has trained and coached competitive all-star cheerleading, high school competitive spirit, recreational cheerleading, recreational tumbling, boy’s competitive gymnastics and girl’s competitive gymnastics.

Grant graduated from Moniteau School District in 2009 then furthered his education at Penn Foster College where he received his degree in Restaurant/Hospitality/Institutional Management. He now works as the Operations Manager for Chill Out Beverage Company, LLC. and is the Curriculum Director for Full Out Tumble and Cheer, LLC. Grant will be coaching Advanced and Intermediate Tumbling classes, Private Classes, College Prep Tumbling, and Open Gyms at Full Out TC. He is currently a part of the Moniteau Competitive Spirit Coaching Staff. Grant is passionate about development and retention and has absolute pride in the results he provides. He invites you to come in and speak with him so he can better assist your athlete in reaching their highest potential.

Hannah Welter


Hannah has been coaching cheerleading and tumbling for 9 years. She has cheered as an athlete for 17 years. Hannah has cheered at the Division 1 college level with the University of Toledo’s Coed cheerleading team. She is also a former Slippery Rock University Coed Cheerleader. As an athlete and coach, Hannah has won numerous grand championship titles and national titles. She has also placed top 10 at the UCA College Nationals, 5th in the world at the Cheerleading Worlds, 3rd place at the NCA All-Star Nationals, and earned US final Champion titles.

Hannah graduated from Moniteau Jr./Sr. High School in 2014, then obtained a Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy from Slippery Rock University. She is currently attending the Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy as a future Massage Therapist.

Hannah is a Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialist who has had the opportunity to work with individuals of all abilities. In 2019, she was at the National Ability Center in Park City, Utah, where she worked with Paralympic athletes, veterans, and individuals of all ages with intellectual and physical disabilities through adaptive sports, recreation, and life skills training. Hannah is currently working with at-risk youth in a mental health and trauma-based treatment setting as a Recreational Therapist.

“I want to give these kids a safe space where they feel they can let go of stress and be present. I take so much pride in not only watching these kids grow as athletes but also seeing them gain life skills that will carry over later in life.” – Hannah Welter