Selma Blair Just Posted A Ballet Video To Celebrate Her Recovery Progress

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Photo credit: Selma Blair / Instagram
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  • Selma Blair just posted a video of herself doing ballet on the beach on Instagram.

  • The actress shared her own progress in the battle against the disease on World Multiple Sclerosis Day.

  • She was diagnosed with MS back in 2018 and has been open about her recovery process ever since.

Selma Blair, 48, has been incredibly open and honest about her battle with multiple sclerosis on Instagram ever since she was diagnosed three years ago. Through pictures and videos, the actress has shared details about her chemotherapy treatments, her mobility issues, and life with her son, Arthur. Now, on World MS Day, she's back with another inspiring video.

In her latest post, Selma shared a short video of herself performing a graceful ballet routine on a beach. "On World MS Day, claim all your gains... 🧡," she captioned the clip, which was set to "Piano & I" by Alicia Keys. Selma also mentioned in the post that she would be taking over the MS Association of America's Instagram account for the day to raise awareness about the disease.

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Friends and fans alike were ecstatic for Selma and her progress: "And like the sun, she rises! 🙌☀️💗," one user commented. Another wrote, "Oh beautiful.. I love this SO much!!! Your strength is remarkable in every way!!! ❤️🙏🏽😘."

Photo credit: Selma Blair / Instagram
Photo credit: Selma Blair / Instagram

During the takeover, Selma shared more details about the MS Association of America and how they've helped her throughout her own journey to recovery. "While I was compelled to find speedy answers, this was an organization for MS that was truly active in improving lives of people adjusting to MS, in profoundly simple, moving, generous ways," she wrote in a caption.

Users were grateful for the actress' support of the organization, and many left supportive comments praising their dedication to people whose lives have been affected by the disease. "I am genuine in my appreciation of MSAA and so proud to have joined forces here," Selma wrote.

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