Maybe what you need to do is *channel* your dog's energy in a productive way. Rather than try to shut him/her down, you need to give him/her a job to do. That's where teaching them new things come in.
When some people think "obedience" they think it's all a matter of teaching the dog to do what a person tells them to do. That it absolutely essential. But you might also try teaching some tricks (fetch, sit up, shake, and on and on). This is also "getting the dog to do what a person says," but it can also be fun for the dog. From the dog's perspective, it's "getting the person to give me treats."