“There is no single path to truth and wisdom. Liberation is discovering your own.”
— Eternity Philops
Soul Liberation Wellness has been honored to serve . . .
Welcome to Soul Liberation Wellness
Soul Liberation Wellness is a Yoga education provider serving socially conscious businesses and organizations that center the needs of Black, POC, and queer/trans communities. Unlike most mainstream yoga practices that concentrate on only body poses as a basic exercise, Soul Liberation Wellness focuses on complete Self transformation and empowerment by exploring conscious union with all dimensions of our divine being: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
Soul Liberation Wellness is owned and operated by Eternity Philops (She/They/Mx.), an experienced Yoga wellness educator and coach. Eternity encourages students and clients to acquire Self knowledge, engage in Self care, and develop Self love on a deeper level that affirms their essence and identity, as it is only by acknowledging the fullness of our intersectional identities that can we truly honor ourselves in our pursuit of wellness.
As a conscious and free Black queer being, my journey into Yoga and holistic wellness is nothing short of kismet. What began as an experience of curiosity has evolved into a life path and passion for helping others to achieve heightened and healthy connections with Self.
Work with Eternity
Business Mentorship Coaching
for Holistic Wellness Professionals
Wellness Mentorship Coaching for
Individuals, Families, & Friends
Yoga Wellness Programming for
Community & Support Groups
More Info Coming Soon!
Workplace Wellness Programming
for Business Leaders & Staff
More Info Coming Soon!
“Eternity is an excellent teacher. She is knowledgeable about her craft and sincere in her effort to empower her students to not just practice yoga with her, but beyond. If you want to get started and don’t know how, Eternity is the best person to learn from.”
– Rashaan P.
Kamili Yoga™ is my modern Afrocentric system for Black holistic wellness. From the Swahili word for “complete” and the Sanskrit word for “union,” Kamili Yoga™ is born from the need for more systems of Yoga that specifically center and celebrate Black and indigenous African identity.
In conjunction with the system is the Kamili Collective. This is a virtual membership platform for aspiring students to engage in the study of Kamili Yoga™ through live community classes, interactive group discussions, and recorded lecture lessons.
“Through the Kamili Collective, I have been able to dive deeper into my own yoga and movement practice, while also learning more about Pan-African history and principles. In a time of chaos throughout the world, the Kamili Collective has provided me with community, and a continued sense of grounded.”
– Naadiya H.
My Patreon account supports the constant full-time work of developing Kamili Yoga™ and spreading Yoga wellness to Black communities. Get access to lessons and perks starting at just $5 a month!
Education & Certifications
Bachelor’s of Arts, Psychology & Sociology
Graduate Certificate, Women & Gender Studies
Certified Hatha Yoga Teacher
Kiesha Battles, I AM YOGA School
Certified Kemetic Yoga Teacher
Yirser Ra Hotep, YogaSkills School of Kemetic Yoga
Certified Yoga for 12-Step Recovery Leader
Nikki Myers, Yoga for 12-Step Recovery
Second Degree Reiki Practitioner
Asha Sims, Ashakti Wellness
E-RYT & Continuing Education Provider
Certified Life Coach
World Coach Institute
Women’s Entrepreneurship Certificate
“It has only been rare moments in my practice where I have created space to sit still and simply be in my body. Eternity’s yoga session helped remind me how to do that. The class wasn’t dedicated to achieving the next pose, it was devoted to us all listening and loving our bodies in that moment, whatever that felt like for us.”
— Ilya Parker, Decolonizing Fitness
“Great teacher who really complements her guidance to where you are as an individual.”
— Ashley Grier, RhythmicSoul Therapy LLC
“Our experience with Eternity was everything we hoped and more. The students loved the class, especially with the busy time of the semester where there are a lot of assignments and campus events going on. Coordinating with Eternity was a very smooth process, we were on the same page about the goal of the class from the moment we began talking on the phone. We were seeking an instructor that was aware of the needs of our students of marginalized backgrounds in executing the class. Eternity was that and much more.
— Liz Hammond, Center for Diversity and Inclusion at Davidson College