TOA history.

The word Toa is inspired by Pahlavi and Middle Persian.

Toa means: someone’s invitation. Come, join. The word Toa is related to one of the martial arts of ancient Iran. We believe that the martial art of Toa is based on three pillars of meaning: 1. Tan (body) 2. Varza (bull) 3. Andishe (thought) The Varese image is symbolically a part of the Toa sign. The sign of the Toa martial art is inspired by the Simin statue. We believe that this statue, with considerable detail and elegance, refers to a part of Mitra's culture, customs, art and ritual that nurtures harmony between body and soul. The Simin statue is now located at Japan's Miho Museum of Art. The reason for the use of this Simin statue in the Toa sign is because it represents a very beautiful image with an animal's foot in one hand and a weapon in the other hand. 1. The body is full of muscles and bones that are interconnected and formed by the five nerves and senses of sensory perception, which provide the capacity for self-enhancement and free will to achieve a goal. Varza: Training, practicing, understanding and repeating the differences that lead to conflict, leading to a burgeoning talent. Thought: The result is an attempt to answer accurately the questions posed by a person and Varza with the help of tools such as logic, wisdom, and the ability to teach.