Exercise benefits everyone but it is crucial for people with MS. It can help manage MS symptoms, improve your mood and wellbeing and may have a beneficial long-term effect on your MS.

The problem is that many people with MS tend to exercise less — or even avoid exercise altogether. That's why we have exercises for every level of ability and confidence.

Use the filters to select the exercise type to find something that's right for you.

Scientific evidence shows that exercise can improve your:

Fitness, function, mobility, exercise tolerance and muscle power.

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Armpit Squeeze

Using a towel or pillow, the object is squeezed under the armpit.

Seated Knee Float

Exercising the lower limbs and the abdominal wall.

Upper Body Oblique Roll

Exercise which involves stretching the upper back and side-bending in a rotational movement.

Side Body Stretch

An upper body stretch supported by the abdominal wall.

Shoulder Mobilization

Keeping your shoulders mobile by watching this stretching exercise.

Chest Opener with Theraband

Using a theraband this exercise will expand your chest.