To the question what kind of work I do, my answer is that I teach spirituality. To that, most people respond with something such as, "Is that like meditation?", or "I meditate, I like it". It seems as if the popular definition for spirituality has shifted to be something about meditation. The previous generation again, equated spirituality with either spiritism (ghosts, contact departed friends), or reincarnation and India. The reason for this is not hard to understand.
The Abrhamic religions do not understand the concept of spirituality. Their soteriology (teaching on how ones gets saved) is hinged on faith. Believe, be good and you will go to heaven when you die. There is no place for spirituality in their soteriology even though some of the world's great mystics came from the Abrhamic religions; but mystics are and were always the strangle lot on the fringes of their traditions.
The traditional definition of spirituality is that it is a process of personal transformation in accordance with religious/spiritual ideals. It also included teaching about the path, the purpose of life and the reasons why we are here. That is the spirituality that wayists refer to when they use the term. Spirituality for those people is a discipline, a way of life, the purpose of life and it entails ontological teaching (doctroine about how things work, why we are here, and where we are going).