I've definitely had both successes and setbacks this summer.
Good stuff first: I went to an SI at my old ballet school (that I grew up in) and had a great time. They had a guest teacher who was fabulous, and all the girls I danced with were great. I wasn't the only adult, but I was the only one that did the whole workshop! We did ballet, pointe, and lyrical. I learned the infamous (to me, anyway) Esmeralda variation, and La Chopiniana from Les Sylphides, a corps dance from Coppelia, and a creepy but delightful lyrical routine. We performed each of these the last day of the SI--I ended up doing the La Chopiniana variation instead of Esmeralda because I wasn't pleased with my turns/strength, but am filing that one away in my brain for when I feel stronger.
Bad stuff: After my school's spring show, I was getting a bit of pinching at the back of my ankle when I pointed it or went on releve. I was worried it was my achilles, so I went to a podiatrist and found out I had some FHL tendinitis. Luckily, I had a two week break between then and the aforementioned SI, and the doctor said I would be fine to do it. He had given me some steroids to help with the inflammation, and told me if that didn't help to come back in before I left (as I'd probably need a shot). I also made sure to rest/ice during my off-time. By the time I was ready to go to the SI it was feeling much better, so I didn't go in again.
Alas, the FIRST DAY of the SI it started up again. I iced it every night and took anti-inflammatories the whole week and that helped a ton, but now I'm back home and its nice and sore. Probably didn't help matters that about mid-way through the week, it gave out and I fell! It had popped a little, but I didn't have any pain, had no problems going on releve, and it didn't swell (though I was icing and such like I mentioned before), but now the whole thing kinda aches. UGH. I can't get in to see the doc again until next week, so I'm on dance hiatus. Hope I didn't totally damage myself. Maybe I'm getting too old for some of these shenanigans.