Subject motion is a major problem in brain imaging and spectroscopy, misleading diagnosis in the clinic and lowering data quality in research. A promising solution is to update the field-of-view in real time based on tracking with volumetric navigators. This was implemented using a new interleaved scanning framework and a product functionality for self-navigation of fMRI. The implementation is simple to use and very flexible, as the navigator and target sequence are simply defined as two different scans, that can be interleaved at any level. It was demonstrated to improve motion robustness in single voxel spectroscopy, T1-weighted imaging and angiography.