This quote makes me smile. Not because I hate yoga--in fact, I routinely recommend it for stress relief, and frequently talk about the many benefits of yoga--but because I know that it's not for everyone. I also have heard from several readers and clients that meditation is more stressful than stress relieving because it's experienced by many as boring, or difficult to master. That's why stress management is not a one-size-fits-all kind of thing. While there are many wonderful benefits to stress relief techniques like yoga, meditation, and similarly calm practices, some people find that they create more stress by being boring or inaccessible.
If you're an adrenaline junkie, your penchant for excitement may be behind some of your stresses, and you may be less drawn to less-exciting stress relief techniques. If you're a "type A type", you may find the slow pace of yoga or meditation to be stressful. If you're a perfectionist, you may find yourself frustrated by certain techniques if you don't "perform" them the way you'd like to in the beginning.
If you're the type to find techniques like yoga boring, the following resources may be more your speed.