I don't know anything about acupuncture, but I found bee venom therapy (BVT) to be trivial for giving an energy boost; I got far better results from diet and other methods. BVT did
teach me to love and appreciate honeybees, so it wasn't all bad. :)
I'm curious about yoga, massage,
Those I am familiar with. Both
worked in different ways. Massages have been prescribed for me by 2 doctors in 2 different states, so I'd guess (I never bothered to research it) there is some science to back that up. My stiff calves and feet (poor circulation from the muscles atrophying and not walking enough) definitely
feel better after a massage.
Yoga can be hit and miss I've found. Some yoga teachers take an almost militarisitic mindset towards it; it sounds absurd but it's true. Tai chi can be also useful. But I've replaced both with stretching that I do myself.
And FWIW, there are MS-specific exercises you can do at home
and also MS-specific physical therapy.
I know it's hard to do -- I've had MS for about as long as you've been alive :) -- considering the lack of energy, debilitating aspects of MS and waves of depression that many get, but exercise
and getting up and doing things is critical. It's a key part of this doctor's
critical 4 for 4
things you should do to battle MS.