A standard breast MRI protocol implies prone position. Supine position has multiple advantages; however, it requires motion correction. In this work we present our results on retrospective nonrigid motion correction of supine breast MRI on 7 healthy volunteers. A respiratory belt was used to capture the chest movements. Images were reconstructed online and fully automatically, including physiological data recording and its transfer to the reconstruction server. It was shown that application of the selected motion correction method improves image sharpness on 32-47% which was cofirmed by visual observations.