Born in Santiago de Querétaro, México, Luis Felipe began his dance studies at the age of six, learning and performing the Mexican folk dance that originated in this region of Mexico. He then went on to study and professionally perform various styles of dance including Flamenco, Modern Dance, Jazz as well as different methods of cross training to to obtain the tools for optimum performance and body art. His early training included a Bachelor of Fine Arts, specializing in Dance, from the Center for Arts Education "Ignacio Mariano de las Casas” and Classical Dance Art School Cuban “Corpodanza”. He attended the National Center of Contemporary Dance under Guillermina Bravo in Querétaro, Mexico; where he was mentored by Christine Dakin, Orlando Scheker, Antonia Quiroz and Claudia Trueba for the International Teacher Course in Contemporary Dance for 3 years.
Felipe also attended notable programs with the University of Colima and Iberomexicana University and showing an auspicious talent for teaching, began doing so at the age of 14.