I thought it would be a good idea to start a new thread about it, as we are still talking on it on a thread april 2015.
So mostly champagne all over for me : I got to an amazing intensive this summer (the same as last year, I already post a review on). And this year I'll have 6 ballet classes (in 5 days) this year (3*1.5h, 2*2h and 1*1h) including 2 (real, not just the barre on pointe) pointe classes (the 1h class following another and one 1h30 long but with the first 15-20min is barre on flat. I also got a new teacher, he suggested me to free a date in May to pass a ballet exam (national exam, I would say something like intermediate foundation in RAD level). In the same class he told a lady to go to another class a level below so I'm quite happy with what he told me.
w(h)ine : My right foot is still bothering (no pain but not "normal") me since my accident last february, but both doc (and I saw 2 of them: my regular and a sport one), physio and osteo say I should dance because the type of injury I have need to move. I have a leftover bruise inside the joint that's going down slowly. The more I move the joint the better they said (I confirm that, I got to an intensive this summer and at the end of the week my foot was way better, and I did my first grand allegro (only once but it did it pain free) in 6months there). I'm just out of grand allegro for at least this week (after a few weeks off, you have to take it slow they said) and then I can slowly build up (just 1-2 times a week first, only once the combination, if it's ok add more...). I also had to drop contemporary class because of schedule conflict (got my phD defense in a couple of month so busy busy), I will resume it in January when my schedule got better.
all in all : pretty good start !