Movement during MR imaging may cause significant motion artifacts that can impair the experiment. This is especially true in CEST imaging, which relies on comparison between images recorded at different time points during the experiment. We implemented a real-time motion correction method and a retrospective receiver sensitivity(B1-) correction based on volumetric EPI navigators interleaved with the CEST measurements. We tested these methods on phantoms and healthy volunteers. Together with adequate B0 and B1+ corrections, motion and sensitivity corrections may completely restore CEST data fidelity in the presence of involuntary head motion, thereby facilitating CEST imaging of restless patients.