effleurage vs. lissage

German translation: Streichmassage vs. Glättung (evtl. \"Ausstreichen\")

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French term or phrase:effleurage vs. lissage
German translation:Streichmassage vs. Glättung (evtl. \"Ausstreichen\")
Entered by: Doris Wolf

14:24 Feb 19, 2019
French to German translations [PRO]
Marketing - Cosmetics, Beauty / Massage/Gesichtspflege
French term or phrase: effleurage vs. lissage
Hallo,

in einem Leitfaden für Kosmetikanwendungen, Gesichts- und Ganzkörpermassagen kommen immer wieder die beiden oben genannten Begriffe vor. "Effleurage" habe ich bis jetzt mit "sanftes Massieren" übersetzt. Wie könnte ich "lissage" im Gegensatz dazu übersetzen?

Main droite sur épaule droite, effectuer, avec la main gauche, un lissage appuyé sur la partie gauche du dos x3
Répéter la manœuvre a droite
Lissage global, manœuvres appuyées simultanées les deux cotés, des épaules au bas du dos. x3


Effleurage de la main en remontant vers le coude ② Pétrissage du dessus de la main
Englober les épaules x3 Pressions glissées x3

Glisser de la 7ème cervicale vers l’occipital mains alternées. Finir par une pression sur l’occiput x3
Effleurage x1

Danke im Voraus!
Doris Wolf
Germany
Streichmassage vs. Glättung (evtl. "Ausstreichen")
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5Streichmassage vs. Glättung (evtl. "Ausstreichen")
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Streichmassage vs. Glättung (evtl. "Ausstreichen")


Explanation:
spécialiste

Renate Radziwill-Rall
France
Local time: 01:00
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