I have been pierced at inr Nrg several times over the years and I have always had really good experiences. The owner has been piercing for a long long time and it shows. People walk into the shop and feel more like friends than customers. Eddie patiently explains people's options for jewelry and gives very detailed explanations about the aftercare of the piercings they are about to get. He has really good bedside manner, he has a gift for helping people to relax and feel good about their experience getting pierced. He really cares about the spiritual aspect of piercing and it's connections to rituals in all different ancient civilizations in history (and present-day cultures too), ask him about it.
To me, Inr Nrg is a much better piercing experience than some jock-turned-piercer quickly shoving a needle through me to get my money and get me out as he talks to me about how much cooler he is than he other piercers/tattoo artists in town and why.
Inr Nrg is not just a piercing shop but a community gathering place. Every month Eddie invites a different local artist to hang their art on the walls, and people stop by to check out the art and hang out for a bit. People take time out of their day to come, hang out, enjoy some art and conversation, and they're not even getting pierced, and that speaks more for the shop than anything I can write.