Baby-swinging video freaks out parents... This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy on shocking and disgusting content... It could be real or it could be an elaborate hoax.  Either way, if you're a standard-issue parent -one who's been taught that babies should not be tossed about like rag dolls or circus freaks- then you're probably going to feel nauseated, angry or perhaps both, if and when you choose to watch the following video gone viral.  Bookmark and Share
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The mysterious video purportedly shows a Russian woman practicing what she believes to be some kind of mother-baby yoga -a style of yoga that involves swinging and tossing an infant around as though it's a pizza pie. The video, called ''Baby Yoga with Lena Fokina,'' Many Internet observers seem to think that this whole thing has been faked or that it is some sort of growing hoax.

In fact, Russian site, which has posted the video, describes it thusly: Indeed, baby yoga -the practice for two, for mom (or dad) and baby. At the heart of the practice is a deep study of the postnatal physiology and emotional needs of mother and child. The practice was created to help mother and baby get to know each other, enjoy the interaction - the visual and tactile, recover from childbirth and get positive emotions.

The baby-swinging perpetrator - the aforementioned Lena Fokina - can be seen swinging the baby over her head and behind her back for what feels like eternity but is, in fact, only five minutes and 28 seconds. And though it appears she is doing this swinging with some ... uh ... care, anyone who believes that baby joints and necks are developing and delicate things will agree that you shouldn't swing a baby over your head or behind your back, no matter how carefully you do it.