This is a very loaded question which cannot be answered by a simple "no" or "yes"
Spirituality is the "quality or state of being spiritual" (according to Merriam Webster, #4) Being spiritual is recognizing that there is more to this world than what we see and that each human being (or some beliefs, all living things) has a soul or spirit, not just a carnal body.
Some religions do "organize" spirituality in the sense that there are literature, rules, and values that guide someone in relation to that spirit realm to which they believe. Yet many religions, or many people who consider themselves religious, are far from being spiritual. Often, their literature, rules, and values all stem from or get twisted into a very carnal nature and focus on the natural world and not the spiritual world. It's a set of rules or way of life that really only pertains to this life and to the carnal being. Other "religions" or "religious people" go the other extreme and focus so much on their "spirituality" that they lose touch with the carnal nature and ultimately lose touch with reality.
So my answer is "sometimes". Yet neither religion nor spirituality mean anything unless they are true and have their focus and bearings in the right direction. Otherwise that spirituality and/or religion is all for naught.