My honest advice…
Copy over your content and photos, dump Wix while you can and switch over to Wordpress.
Your meta is all wonky because of Wix and it won’t rank, and you will have a very hard time getting Google to index it at all, nevermind rank it.
Some things I’m noticing that are going to kill your chances with Wix:
Your page is 3752 lines of code. At least 74% of that is Wix trying to load every webfont in the toolkit onto your page, seemingly for no reason.
For comparison, my homepage which is built on a very robust theme in Wordpress (which means more code) is only 404 lines of code, and I’'m still rebuilding it so it hasn’t been compressed yet. I should be down to about 300 lines by the time I’m done. For even more comparison, the WCR forum homepage is 514 lines, and there is a whole lot going on there too.
The inherent problem with Wix and Weebly is the incredible amount of bloat that comes along with their sitebuilders. Its almost as if the full sitebuilder loads onto the page’s backend. That is a Google killer.
Just some friendly advice from a somewhat local friendly competitor