There's no such one in my repo, however I see it's available in PyPi, so I'd suggest you to install pip (that one you can get from the repo or install using get-pip.py) and then just install the module. It may be the case that it'll need to compile some pieces of itself during the installation, however that shouldn't theoretically be a problem, at most you'd need to install a couple of -dev packages from the repo.
Try it and post here if you face problems.
Atomusj replied with detailed instructions and that worked beautifully (for PyBluez package).
Here is a link for that discussion: Re: Edison opkg package repo created