The Just Yell Fire™ program (www.justyellfire.org) teaches teen girls and young women how to fight back against predators and sexual assault. This award winning national program was conceived by teenager and safety activist Dallas Jessup. Revved Up Kids is proud to have two certified Just Yell Fire™ trainers on staff. Revved Up Kids teaches Just Yell Fire™ in two formats. A three-hour, intensive small group class for groups of up to 30 girls, or a one-hour seminar for large audiences.
About the Just Yell Fire™ Three-Hour Self-Defense Class for teen girls
This interactive class includes video based scenario training, discussion of the dangers faced by teen girls from strangers, dating partners and acquaintances, and full-force self-defense skills practice. All participants receive a comprehensive resource packet and a copy of the training video (either hard copy or download link). Girls who participate in this class will learn:
- Statistically, what is my risk of being attacked?
- How do I include personal safety in all my decisions?
- How do stranger attacks differ from attacks by acquaintances and dating partners?
- How do I recognize early signs of abuse in a relationship?
- How do I respond to a threat with power, and keep it from escalating into an attack?
- How do I take control in an attack situation, and escape to safety?
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PARENTS: This class includes frank discussions about drug and alcohol use, rape and violence against women. Some of the information presented is graphic in nature, and parents of pre-teens should consider this before enrolling their daughters in the class. We are happy to discuss your daughter’s personal situation with you. Please call us at 678-526-3335 or contact us via this website.
About the Just Yell Fire™ Seminar
For larger groups of any size, Just Yell Fire™ is available in a seminar format. The seminar will cover many of the same topics as the three-hour class, but it does not include video training or full-force self-defense practice. Demonstration and discussion of self-defense techniques is included in the seminar, and all participants receive a take home reference piece. Just Yell Fire™ Frequently Asked Questions
Just Yell Fire™ Self-Defense Class for Young Women on College Campuses
The Just Yell Fire™ Campus Life program (www.justyellfire.org) teaches young women about the dangers posed to them while living on college campuses. This eye-opening class can be presented in a one hour seminar format for large groups, or in a three-hour small group format that includes full-force practice of defensive techniques.
Campus Life is an ideal personal safety and self-defense program for graduating seniors who are preparing to move to a college campus, or for students who are currently living on a college campus.
Contact us to learn more about how to bring this valuable training to your group.
The Just Yell Fire™ Campus Life Self-Defense Class Includes:
- Discussion of situational dangers that may occur on a college campus and strategies to avoid them.
- Video based scenario training that shows young women in various attack scenarios and teaches them appropriate injure/escape tactics.
- Physical self-defense training that includes simple, intuitive techniques that can be used to injure and escape a much larger, stronger attacker.
- All participants will receive a copy of the Just Yell Fire™ Campus Life training video (DVD or web download) and a take home resource packet.
About the Just Yell Fire™ Campus Life Seminar
For larger groups of any size, Just Yell Fire™ Campus Life is available in a seminar format. The seminar will cover many of the same topics as the three-hour class, but it does not include video training or full-force self-defense practice. Demonstration and discussion of self-defense techniques is included in the seminar, and all participants receive a take home reference piece.
NOTE FOR PARENTS AND PARTICIPANTS: This class includes frank discussions about drug and alcohol use, date rape and violence against women. Some of the information presented is graphic in nature, and we urge you to consider this before enrolling in the class. Please call us at 678-526-3335 or e-mail us if you have questions.