You will obviously get some sloshing. That can't be helped, but try to minimize it.
The good news is that if your seal is good, you shouldn't run as much risk of oxygenation - your headspace should be full of essentially pure CO2 right now.
If you have to move it, you have to move it; minimize the sloshing as best you can and go with it.
You might want to keep an eye on the batch after you bottle it - if you do oxygenate it badly enough, the beer won't keep as long. You'll need to drink it while it's still good.
- blogging about making my own beer and raising a lot of kids.
Check out the priming sugar calculator
and the beer calorie calculator
Fermenting: American brown ale
Bottled: big Irish red ale, Thundersmoke brown ale (Yorkshire brown), Belgian golden strong ale, imperial nut brown ale